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Elizabethtown College 

One Alpha Drive, Elizabethtown, PA 17022-2298 
717.361.1000 • http://www.etown.edu 



THE HIGH LIBRARY 
ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE 
FUZABETHTOWN, PA 17022-2227 




Table of Contents 



Seniors 

Commencement 

Events 

Athletics 

Campus Life 

Student Directory & Clubs 

Announcements 



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Our commitment is to Educate for Service. We 
believe that learning is most noble when used 
to benefit others, regardless of chosen career 
path. We prepare our students to lead rich lives 
of purpose and meaning, while advancing 
independent thought, personal integrity and 
social responsibility. These are the foundations 
for a life of learning. The College fosters values 
of peace, non-violence, human dignity and 
social justice. 





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Outside of the classroom, students ha ve the 
opportunity to choose from more than 80 
clubs and student organizations to spend 
their time. The College encourages students to 
learn through relationships and get involved. 
Student life at E-town provides collaborative 
leadership for a holistic learning model that 
encourages personal gro wth, academicsuccess, 
appreciation of diversity, and the capacity for 
life-long learning. 




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Elizabeth town College is a member of 
the NCAA Division III athletics with 20 
competitive teams. E-town has teams playing 
in the Middle Atlantic Conference and the 
Commonwealth Conference. The wrestling 
team plays for the Metropolitan Intercollegiate 
Wrestling Association. Elizabethtown College 
A thletics has a legacy and tradition of winning. 
In the 2009-2010 season, three individual 
Elizabethtown athletes and three teams 
participated in their respective sports ' NCAA 
Division III Championship. Eighteen athletes 
were Individual Conference Champions. 




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We hail thee Alma Mater dear, 

As now we sing thy praise; 

O let thy walls and storied halls 

Resound with endless lays. 

The strong and lair alike do share 

The labour oi thy hand; 

Together they proclaim always 

Thy glory through the land. 

As long as breezes 'round thee blow, 

And countless ages roll 

May Hea ven s blessings on thee rest, While we 

Thy name extol 

We lo ve thy sons so noble, 

Thy daughters lair and truel 

We love thee ever, oh E.C. 

And thy colors Gray and Blue 




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Danielle Acocella 
Political Science/ French 



Elizabeth Albitz 
Business Administration 





Ryan Allard 
Math Education 



Tasha Ambrosius 
Social Work 







Kurt Amen 
Secondary Education Science 



Abbey Anderson 
Communications 



Allison Andrews 
Music Education 



David Andrews 
Biology 










Katie Armstrong 
Accounting 



Elizabeth Baker 
Professional Writing 



Alison BakIaT7 
Occupational Therapy 



Ryan Barrett 
Communications 




Barw 
Elementary Education 




Tammy Bateman 

lustration 



EmiK Bauer 
Elementary Special Education 



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English Professional U 



Senior Pom rai i s 



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Stephanie Baumarun 
Music Therapy 



Megan Bean 
Political Science 



Courtney Beck 
Business Administration 



Elizabeth Bellush 
Elementary Education 






Tara Benfield 
Professional Writing 



Rebecca Berner 
Communications 



Francisco Bertossi 
Communications 









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Stephanie Bireley 

Biology 



Katherine Blackman 
French 



Swole Blough 
Elementary / Special Education 



Brittany Boiling 
Computer Engineering 







Kaitlin Bonnar 
International Busint ss 



Katr\ Boone 
Elementary Special Education 



Mar, I.- 
International Busint ss 



Rachel Bracfcins 

Therapy 



Senior Portraits 



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Gregory Breneman 
Business Administration 



Elizabeth Broten 
English/ History 



Sara Brown 
Occupational Therapy 



Tract Bruno 
Occupational Therapy 







Sarah Bucher 
Communications 



Sarah Bury 
Biology ■ Allied Health 



Kevin Busher 
Political Science 



1 m Cain 
Communications 




Angela Candelora 
Biology - Allied Health 




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Matthew Canfield 

International Bhsiiw-n 




Lauren dm-.. 
Communications 




Samuel Carmel 
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Andrew Corrigan 
Psychology 



Jacqueline Coupe 
Music Education 



Elizabeth Cunningham 
Environmental Science 



Alexandra D' Angola 
Political Science/ Philosophy 







Kayla Deats 
Business Administration 



Katalina Deaven 

CoT7imun ications 



Lauren Dedujour 
Elementary/Special Education 



Alexander Diege! 
Communications 







Atscenza Diferdinando 


Aimee Dimichele 


Elton Dos Santos 


Darline Doty 


International Business 


Professional Writing/ 
Communications 


Business Administration 


Elementary Education 







Joshua Dougherty 
Business Administration 



Stephanie Dougherty 
Biology ■ Allied Health 



Erin Doyle 
Biolog) 



Katie Drinker 

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Senior Portraits 



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Matthew Drob 

Computer Engineering 




Catherine Duckworth 
Professional Writing 




Thomas Dulsky 

Elementary/Special Education 



Jonathan Dwyer 



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Wyatt Eaton 
Communications 



Alison Ebert 
Sociology/ Anthropology 



Mollie Eckert 
International Business 



Michael Elban 
Biology 




Jacqueline Elder 
Elementary Education 




Brett Epps 
Communications 



Lauren Fairu'eather 
Psychology 




Derek Fausi 

Environmental 




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Business Administration 




Laura 

Occupational Therapy 



Kathleen Rl^grald 
Biology 



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Senior Pok i rai i s 



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David Foran 
Political Science 



Elyse Ford 
His ton 



Renee Fortinper 
Psychology 



Earl Francis 
Communications 




Ashley Frank 
Business Administration 




ernadetie Frawiey 
;smess Administration 




Darren Frehulfer 

Social Studies/Secondary 
Education 




}ake Friedly 
History/German 




Jacob Fulton 
Accounting 






Jonathan Gamble 
English/Philosophy 



Kara Geiger 
Elementary Education 




Sara Gerhart 
Accounting 



Mary Cnardinelli 
Business 




Emil? Gingrich 

\ Work 




Sarah Giunta 
Elem tan/Special Edut 



Senior Portraits 



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Daniel GUitfeher 
Business Administration 



Carly Goetring 
Occupational Therapy 




Lindsey Goff 
International Business 




EmiK Greer 
Buiineis Administration 







Kyle Grimm 
Music Education 



Aurienne Grisi 
Elementary Education 



Emily Grore 
Theatre ■■' English Literature 



k'nsten Gastafson 
Criminal Justice 



ne ( fustawen 
Elementary/Special Education 




FCristin Hall 
i >ccu£ational Hherapy 



th Hannegan 

I I i Health 




Suzanne Harris 
Elemental Education 




tm Han^ell 
Business ^dministn 
Finai 




Noetic I f 




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Administration 







Si nior Porirams 



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Jamee Hertsenberg 
Elementary /Special Education 



Michael Hester 
Biology 



Katkenne Heyduk 
Philosophy 



Shaurui Mickey 
Social Work 







Thomas Hickey 
Business Administration 



Shen Hihn 

Biology - Allied Health 



Shikina Hines 
business Administration 



Tara Hollmgsuorth 
Biology 







Danielle Hopkins 
Music Therapy 




Julia Hostetter 
Occupational Therapy 




Brian House 
Environmental Science 




Joshua Houseal 
Biology/Pre Med 




KykHuckle 

Business Administration 

Marketing 




Stephen Hurst 
Biotechnology 




NifcJcote Imlet 
at Work 



lames 
Communications 



Senior Portraits 



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Michael Jankowski 
Occupational Therapy 




Dianmin Jiang 
Accounting 



Benjamin Johnson 
Mathematics/ Economics 




Christopher Jones 
Psychology 






Johnna Jones 
Criminal justice 



Taylor Jones 
Biotechnology 



AM 

Stephen Juluino 
Communications 




Tamara Kase 
Elementary Education 










Timothy FGat&zman 
Occupational Therapy 



Kathrsn Kauffman 
Political Science 



k'aitlni Kaufman 
Business Administration 



Courtne? Keams 
EJementan £.. 







Kempchinsk) 

Rum no* Administration 



I Kench 
Btotei ' 



ittonal Therapy 



Stephanie K."ichW 

CommuncatioTu 



Si \iok I'okikaiis 



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Brian Kiernan 

Accounting 



Courtney Kistler 
Elementary Education 



Jennifer Knapp 
Psychology 



Alexander Knoll 
International Business 







Courtney Kofeldt 
English Aducation 



John Krajsa 
Business Administration 



Stephanie Kreis 
Psychology 



Laura Krieger 
Chemistry 




.Ashley Kroeckel 
Social Work 




Laura Kuserk 
Communications 



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Meghan Landry 
Political Science 



Courtney Lang 
Occupational Therapy 







Mary Lang 
Elementary/Special Education 



Melissa Langan 
Psychology 



\aron Leota 

Elements . : lucatwm 



Peter Letengood 
a \d ministration 



Senior Portraits 



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Tyler Loeb 
Political Science 



Melinda Loiselle 
Business Administration 



Nina Longobardi 

Social Work 



Eric Lufj 
Business Administration 







Melissa Lukacsy 
Elementary/Spenul Eduaitum 



Michael buss 
History 



Stuart Lynd 
Music Therapy 



{Catherine Mat 

( )ccupanonal Therapy 







Joseph Mucus 
Computer Engineering 



Ryan Mains 
Engineering 



Kamron Malik 
Information Systems 



MairinuM 

Elemental Education 







Amanda Mai 

Administration 



Stepfu n ■ I 
JNvhoiogy 



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Michael Manger 
English Literature 



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Brittany McConneli 
Elementary/Special Education 




Sarah Merusi 
French/Religions Studies 




Stanley Maziarz 
international Business 




Christopher McCooey 
Religious Studies 




Autumn Metcalf 
Communications 



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Lucas Mitchell 
Business ^dminstration Finance 





Kaitlin McCaffrey 
Communications 




Stephen McGonigle 
International Business 




Deann Michener 
Business Administrate 





Florentine MeClam 
Communications 




Meghan McNaughton 
Political Science 




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Casey Miller 
Biology 




Justin Mitsch 
Chemical Physics 



k'athevin Moment Jeh 
English Education 



Megan Momenzpdeh 
Math Secondare Education 



Senior Portraits 



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Emma Monismtth 
Music Therapy 



hffrey Montemurro 
Occupational Therapy 





Bi ngye Mk 
International Business 



Michael Nelson 
Biology 





Lmnea hlygren 
Elementary Education 



Ashley O'Neill 
Elementary Education 




Nichok ( Ipdykt 
Element 



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iulie Moore 
Bttsiness Administration 




Sara Norman 
History 




Craig O'Neill 

Psychology 




KemaJ c hhemea 
Burii 




Amanda Morrisette 
Criminal Justice/Bioloj 




Denise Nott 
Elementary Education 




Kaceiynn Olsai ick 

Music fc'Ju. 




inna Palmim 
OccufMtional Thcnifnr 



Si mok I\)i< i rai i s 



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Ellen Parr 
Biology ■ Allied Health 



Michael Patrick 
Computer Engineering 



Brittany Patton 

Elementary/Special Education 




3rittany Paulshock 
Communications 







/Catherine Perry 
Mathematics 



Kelly Pierce 
Elementary Education 



Jacqueline Pizzuto 
business Administration 



Melissa Preston 
Elementary Education 




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Samantha Price 
Occupational Therapy 




Kristina Psitos 

Elementary/Special Education 




Brett Quigley 
Business Administration 




Samantha Quisgard 
Communications 







Samantha Rapp 
Business Administration 



Sherri ReddtngeT 
Social Work 



Joseph Rettura 
Business Administration 



Erin Reynolds 
Biology 



Senior Portraits 



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Rachel Rhoads 
Business Administration 



Lindsay Riley 
Communications 



Alicia Risley 
Japanese 



Craig Rixham 
Information S\stems 







Lauren Rossi 
Occupational Therapy 



Stephen Roussel 
Business Marketing 



CaitUn Rush D 
International Business Finance 





Jessica Russell 
Business 



Michael Ru::<> 
Accounting 




Margaret Sabota 
Mum. Education 



Occupational TTwriifn 







Alisha Sangrey 
Accounting 



Katelyn 



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Engfni 



Si nior Portraits 



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Samantha Schneider 

Psychology 




Jennifer Schoonmalcer 
Biology 



Amanda Sedlak 
Occupational Therapy 



Elliot Seldner 
English Literature 




Sara SementeMi 

Secondary Education/Social 

Studies 




Christopher Senese 
Marketing 




Stephen Senno 
;5iness Administration 




Annette Sestito 
Sociology/Anthropology 




Derek Shanely 
Accounting 




Leah Shenk 


Christina Sheppard 


Lauren Shoilin 


International Business 


Elementary/Early Childhood 
Education 


Secondary Education 




Steven Shuleski 
Mathematics Sfxcial Education 



Amy Smith 
International Bitsiness 



Caitlm Smith 
Biology - Allied Health 




Chelsea Smith 
Psychology 



Senior Portraits 



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Kevin Smith 
Communications 



Jdlian Snyder 
Occupational Therapy 



Kayla Snyder 
Occupational Therapy 



Ashley Soltis 
Physics 




David Spetgang 

Business Administration/ 

Finance 




Leighanne Spitsgr 
Elementary Education 




Keith Staulters 
Communications 




Elizabeth Steffy 
Elementary Education 




Timothy Stepp 
Computer Engineering 



Brandon Stolar 
International Business 




EmiK Swan 
Elementary/Special Education 




Paige Tanner 
Communications 




David Tileston 
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Meghan Tooley 
Criminal Ju.*: 

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ichael Torre 


Maithexv Torresani 


Amanda Toum. 


Brooke Travers 


Biology 


Social Studies/Secondary 

Education 


History 


Social Studies Education 




Joseph Trudeau 


Michael Tschop 


Shannon Twigg 


Sean Tvne 


Environmental Science 


Music Therapy 


Social Work 


Business Administration/ 
Accounting 







Leah Umstead 
Business Administration 



Megan Vandenhengel 
ElL'niL'ntarv Education 



Matthew Vmagro 
Economics 



Nicholas VTagenseller 
Philosophy/ Engl ish 







Allison Waldron 
Communications 



Andrew Waike\ 
Elementary, Education 



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Kettj Waft 

Psychology 



Senior Portraits 



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Megan Walmer 
Business Administration 



Kimberly Warrmer 
Elementary Education 



Sapphira Watts-El 
Japanese 



Aaron Webei 
Accounting 




Adnenne Wesle? 
Elementary Education 



Nicholas Wetzel 
Chemistry 



Martina White 
Business Administration 



Communications 






K'nsti Will 
Elementary/Special Education 



)anette Williams 
Elementary Epecial Education 



Mathematics 



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Raehel W 
Theater 





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Elemeniarv Education 



Ben jam.- 



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Jaclyn Young 
Elementary/Special Education 



Lindsay Zampier 
English Education 



Edna Zhou 
Political Science 



Brandi Zuber 

Business Administration 



Senior Portraits 



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Elizabethtown College's 
Senior Week 2010 kicked off on 
Wednesday, May 1 9th with an 
old fashioned Pig Roast. The 
Senior Pig Roast was grilled 
and smoked to perfection by 
Hess's Barbecue 
Caterers of 

Lancaster. This 
year was beautiful 
outside, so 

attendees enjoyed 
memories and 

lots of food on 
the Brossman Commons Back 
Patio and inside the KAY 

The members of the 
Class of ' 1 started the second 
day of Senior Week with 
'Starbucks & Memories' at the 
Raffensperger Alumni House. 
Seniors enjoyed freshly baked 
French pastries, fresh fruit, 



gourmet 



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teas, and Starbucks 
Coffee as they laughed and 
cried over the memories 
pictured in the Senior Slide 
Show. 

Another E-town Senior 
Week tradition is t he- 
Senior Adventure. 
This year didn't 
disappoint with 
fun, thrills, and 
water! Seniors 

had non-stop fun 
with unlimited 

miniature golf, go-karts, and 
bumper boats at Adventure 
Sports in Hershey. Every 
senior got to be a kid agai 
Attendees also got the chance 
to see all the movies they 
wanted for free at MoviE-town 
in addition to free bowling at 
Clearview Lanes. 



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Picnic and 
Awards 



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On the evening 
of Thursday, May 20th, 
graduates were invited to 
the Raffensperger Alumni 
House garden for 
with the President 
Senior Class 

Toast. Students 
were treated 

with steak hot 
off the grill, 
mouthwatering 
barbecued 
chicken, and grilled 
portabella mushrooms in 
addition to very tempting 
desserts. 

Ted and Betty Long 
personally welcomed all 
seniors. A champagne 

toast was also held to 



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commemorate the 
Elizabethtown. 

The final day of 
Senior Week was kicked off 
with 'The Morning After' 
breakfast in the Thompson 
Gym. Students 
enjoyed Starbucks 
Coffee, fresh 

fruit, and baked 
treats followed 
by graduation 
rehearsal. 
Seniors were 

recognized at the All- 
College Picnic and Seniors' 
Choice Awards held in the 
Marketplace. The Class of 
2010 waited in suspense to 
see who won the coveted 
awards during lunch. 




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Baccalaureate 



Senior Week came 
to a close with the 2010 
Baccalaureate Service held 
in Leffler Chapel on the 
evening of May 21st. The 
theme for this years service 
was "A Time To..!' 
Seniors reflected 
on their time at 
Elizabetht own 
College. Students 
with many 

different majors 
and backgrounds 
walked on stage and discussed 
their college experience. 
Mam gave credit to 
Elizabethtown's environment, 
its professors, and how this 
institution has changed them. 
In addition, the traditional 
Senior Choir was present and 
performed several musical 




ballads. The service ended 
with an experience similar to 
the Class of 2010's Induction 
into Elizabethtown College. 
Everyone in the chapel lit 
candles and reflected on 
Etown and its 
effect on them. 

F o 1 1 o w i n g 
the ceremony, 
Reflections by the 
Lake was held 
by Lake Placida. 
This event 

offered a time of fellowship 
for graduating seniors and 
their guests and the Colleges 
faculty and staff. Heavy 
hors d'oeuvres and non- 
alcoholic beverages were 
served as all anticipated the 
Commencement Ceremony 
to be held the next day. 



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Commencement 



Elizabethtown College 
held its 107th Commencement 
ceremony on Saturday, May 22, 
2010. The College proudly 
presented 5 1 3 students who 
completed the necessary 
requirements to 
receive a degree. 
These students 
represented almost 
20 majors and 
80 minors and 
concentrations. 
Several graduates 
met the requirements to 
he inducted into one of the 
institution's honoraries. 

This year, 20 

graduates were members of 
the Elizabethtown College 
Honors Program. About 

67 international and study 
abroad students stood among 
our graduates wearing multi- 




colored sashes that represented 
the approximately 24 countries 
that they called home or were a 
location in which the}' studied. 

This year's proceedings 
were led by Grand Marshal 
Thomas R. Leap 
'74 and Marshal 
Christina A. Bucher 
'75. President 

Theodore E. 

Long and Provost 
and Senior 
President Susan 
Traverso conferred the degrees. 
The 2010 Commencement 
Address was given by Michael 
L. Lomax, President and Chief 
Executive Officer of UNCE 
Also in attendance at this year's 
Commencement Ceremony was 
the graduating class of 1960. 
These members celebrated their 
50th reunion at the ceremony. 




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With summer at an end, 500 first-year stu- 
dents made Elizabethtown, PA their new 
home, on August 27th. Upperclassmen 
helped move all of the first years' belongings 
into the dorms. And once parents had said 
their goodbyes and driven home, the class 
of 201 3 began their orientation. Guided by 
their welcoming peer mentors, the students 
were engaged in many activities helping 
their transition into their new environment. 
Students had the opportunity to meet other 
classmates at activities like the Root Beer 
Float Luau, Battle of the Buildings, perfor- 
mances by school groups such as; Melica, 
Mad Cow, and Pha- Ianx, cam- 

pus ..-^^^fii^S tours, des- 



sert at the Alumni house and the First-Year 
Walk. The new students got a chance to see 
their new community during the First Year 
Walk. First Years are guided by upper class- 
men throughout Elizabethtown, and some 
are randomly pulled from the large group 
to perform entertaining activities. First year 
students are also given the opportunity to 
become a part of Student Senate, at Cam- 
paign, where they can get up on stage in 
the Leffler Chapel and give an unplanned 
speech in hopes of receiving votes from 
their peers. The long weekend came to an 
end with Convocation in the Dell, marking 
the start of a new academic year. 




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c wipus Events 




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As rain poured down on Friday, October 16th, 
students became disappointed in hearing that 
the annual homecoming parade was going to be 
canceled. The rain, however, didn't stop students, 
parents, and alumni from enjoying all of the other 
homecoming festivities. Mad Cow performers 
kicked off the weekend with their homecoming 
improv show. Although the parade was canceled, 
the floats that students worked hard on were 
still judged at the Elizabethtown Fairgrounds on 
Saturday morning The Homecoming fair originally 
planned for outside on Brinser Field was moved 
inside to Thompson Gymnasium where differ- 
ent clubs on campus sold food, t-shirts, arts, 
crafts and everything you could think of. The 
Valerie Nicole Band and For the Greater Good 
still performed the Homecoming 

Alumni Con- 
cert, which 



was also moved into the Gymnasium. During 
the intermission of the Alumni Concert, The 
Homecoming Court presentation and announce- 
ment took place. Nick Andrews and Katy Kauff- 
man were proclaimed Homecoming King and 
Queen. The Homecoming float winner was also 
announced and the Class of 2010 was the win- 
ner. Unfortunately, the rain canceled many of 
the sporting events that had been planned for 
the weekend. But students danced their way 
into the last day of Homecoming weekend at 
the student Homecoming dance sponsored by 
the Elizabethtown College Alumni Association. 
To wrap up the weekends activities, magician 
Craig Karges performed a mind-blowing show 
for families in the KAV, as they enjoyed lunch. 
Despite the rainy weekend, students, parents 
and alumni alike, still came out to enjoy all of the 
Homecoming festivities. 




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This years fall production at Elizabethtown 
College was The Memorandum. This play was 
written by Vaclav Havel and translated by Paul 
Wilson. Havel hailed from Czechoslovakia 
and has written many plays, but he was also 
a politician. He wrote the Memorandum in 
1965, after realizing how absurd communism 
was. He wrote this piece to satirize what he 
and many others saw as an incredibly flawed 
political system. The play follows the plight of 
Andrew Gross, the head of a large, unnamed 
corporation, portrayed by freshman Ethan 
Shearer, as he tries to rid his company of a 
strange new artificial language called Ptydepe. 
However, his rival Balas, senior Ian Pape, 
always seems to be one step ahead of 

lim. Cross ^^^^^ desperately 

tries to un- 



derstand the state of affairs within his own 
company, but he meets resistance at every 
turn and finds ridiculous rules that keep him 
from accomplishing anything. Overall the play 
is very mechanical and very repetitive, and this 
is often illustrated in the characters themselves, 
as well as in this particular productions set de- 
sign, which featured a spinning stage. The main 
theme of the play centers around humanity. 
Other Elizabethtown students that performed 
in the production and added to the confusion 
and silliness of the plot include seniors Rachel 
Witkovsky, and Chloe Beveridge, junior Em- 
ily Knitter, sophomores Laura Robbins and 
Rachel Saul, and first year Kyle Kovatch. The 
production was directed by theatre professor, 
Michael Swanson and set design was done by 
Tom Hack man. 




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Elizabethtown students blasted into the 
streets on October 24, 2009 to kick off the 
annual community wide service project 
day. Into the Streets is a program designed 
to introduce more students to thoughtful 
community service and to provide a learn- 
ing experience that will challenge them to 
volunteer on a regular basis. In its 1 6th year, 
Into the Streets was started off by a rally on 
Friday night with performances by Phalanx, 
Melica, and several other groups. On Satur- 
day morning the day began with a breakfast 
at 7:30 AM. There were approximately 
600 registered volunteers and 43 student 
groups that donated their time 

throughout 



the day. There were 55 different projects 
that students were involved in. The projects 
were broken down into categories some 
of which included, youths, senior citizens, 
environment, and social issues and health. 
Students could read with children, serve as 
a tutor, rake, clean up along the Conewago 
Creek, plant trees, help local Spanish- 
speaking residents, along with many other 
activities. This day of service benefited not 
only the community but also the students. 
The clay was about being involved in the 
community but also helping others and 
doing work. It acts as a great learning ex- 
perience! 




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5 women 
wearing 

the /ame 
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Five Women Wearing The Same Dress 
debuted on Friday, February 12, 2010. The 
opening night was delayed due to snow, 
but as they say in the theater, the show 
must go on! This play, written by Alan Ball, 
is intensely character driven. It is the story 
of how five Tennessee bridesmaids and one 
usher survive the wedding of a woman they 
all despise. These outlandish characters are 
Meredith, the brides rebellious younger 
sister (played by sophomore Clara DeAn- 
gelo); Trisha, a beautiful woman who no 
longer believes in love (played by senior 
Tammy Bateman); Georgeanne, a woman 
whose marriage is 

c r u m b I i n g 



her (played by sophomore Jaclyn Light); 
Frances, an extremely devoted Christian 
(played by junior Meghan Timney); Mincly, 
the grooms loud and opinionated lesbian 
sister (played by junior Angela Wright;) and 
finally Tripp, the usher who makes Trisha 
doubt her cynical outlook on relationships 
(played by first-year Kyle Kovatch). A great 
deal takes place in this show from ridicu- 
lous behavior to the discovery of long held 
secrets. The cast, who bonded a great deal 
over the course of rehearsals, really dove 
into these characters to figure out who they 
were and portrayed them beautifully. The 
play was directed by Michael Swanson with 
scenic and lighting design done by Tom 
Hackman, 




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mr. 
elouin 



A group dance, a guest appearance via skype, 
lip synced performances, a question and an- 
swer session, and a crowning, all made up an 
entertaining evening at Mr. E-town on Friday, 
March 26th in Leffler Chapel. Tom Hagerty 
and Matt Torresani hosted E-town s annual 
male beauty pageant, providing their own 
entertainment with quick wit and humor- 
ous costumes throughout the night. Steve 
DiGrazia, Nathan Shughart, Mike Mauger, 
Travis Lucas, Sam Ceron, Zach Landis, Ross 
Benincasa and Chris Tjaden were all chosen 
by their peers to represent Founders, Brinser, 
off-campus, Quads, Royer, Apartments, Myer, 
and Ober. respectively. The eight contestants 
spent the night show- ing off their 

moves in an 



attempt to win the title of Mr. Etown. With 
the help of some of the members of Emo- 
tion, the contestants pulled off performances 
with an array of themes, such as Lords of the 
Dance, A day in the life of Mike Mauger, and 
Divas. The boys enhanced their performance 
with appearances from the Flintstones, Tiger 
Woods, and even Grandmothers. This years 
judges, had help from the students in choos- 
ing the winner of this years pageant with a 
new text to vote feature. Students could cast 
their vote for Mr. E-town with their cell phones 
during intermission. At the end of the voting 
it was announced that 2010s Mr. Etown was 
Nathan Shughart! Travis Lucas came in second, 
and Chris Tjaden took home third place at the 
end of the night! 




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relay 
for life 




The school organization Colleges Against Cancer 
spent all year planning for its biggest event, Relay 
For Life. Held on April 1 0th-April 11th, the event 
began at 6pm, going through the night and into the 
morning until 6am. Over 600 participants signed up 
to spend the night walking around the track in the 
Thompson Gymnasium. This event was kicked off 
by welcoming survivors and all of the teams who 
were participating. This years theme was "Dessert 
Cancer". Participants were encouraged to bake 
cakes with a survivorship theme, which could be 
entered into the cake contest, one of the many 
activities that occurred throughout the night. Other 
activities that participants could enter their teams in 
were 4 square, large pong, a blindfolded race, vol- 
ley ball and soccer. Teams battled for points in these 
events and also the themed laps that occurred 
every hour in ^^^^_ hopes of win- 

ning a prize 
at the end of 



the night. Also during the night, students could 
visit the midway fair in the Jay Walk, where teams 
did on site fundraising to raise last minute dona- 
tions by selling items like food, drinks, and t-shirts. 
To keep students motivated throughout the night 
different groups like Phalanx, Vocalign, For the 
Greater Good, Melica, and Emotion performed. 
Also a Luminaria service was held to honor those 
who have been touched by cancer, and remember 
those who have lost to the disease. During this 
time the lights were turned out, and the Luminaria 
bags all around the track illuminated the path for 
walking. Participants were also encouraged to 
help raise awareness about cancer, during the 
Fight Back Ceremony. As the sun began to rise and 
teams finished their last laps around the track, they 
gathered to hear the amount of money that had 
been raised. Committee members slowly reveled 
the amount showing everyone that $74,749 had 
been raised. 




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junior/ 
/onior 




The students at Elizabethtown College have 
many traditions to look forward to from 
year to year. The Junior/Senior Formal is 
one of these occasions. This is a time for 
upperclassmen to shed their sweatpants 
and sweatshirts and dress up. Ladies found 
the perfect dresses while the gentlemen 
put on their suits for a night of good food, 
good company and great dancing. The 
Junior Class Senate researches, plans, and 
executes this event year after year with new 
ideas each time. This year's theme was Old 
Hollywood, and took place at The Four 
Points Sheraton in Harrisburg. Students 
were welcome to check-in in 

noon 
get 



dressed and socialize with their friends prior 
to the main event. It was a beautiful evening 
beginning with a slideshow of pictures and 
music during the cocktail hour followed by 
dinner. Event goers had a choice of steak 
or chicken served with rice and vegetables. 
After the main course was served, students 
enjoyed dessert. Dinner concluded and stu- 
dents returned to socializing. Then the main 
event started: dancing. The Student Senate 
brought back the amazing disc jockey from 
last year to entertain students. E-town stu- 
dents and their dates then danced the night 
away and made memories to talk about for 
many years to come. 




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"Lifes a Beach" or at least it was on the week- 
end of April 29th - May 1st for students at 
E-town. The Office of Student Activities spon- 
sors the T.G.I.S. weekend (Thank Goodness 
Its Spring) full of activities for students to 
participate in. The weekend started out with 
students splashing into the Thompson Pool, 
for a pool party with music, games and food. 
Thursday night students were also given the 
opportunity to go mini-golfing at the Village 
Greens in Strasburg, or sit back, relax, and 
watch "Finding Nemo" in Gibble. The fun 
didn't stop there though, Friday was filled 
with more activities including a Sand Vol- 
leyball tournament and Atlantic City Night 
where students could try 

their luck at 



Blackjack, Texas Hold'Em, and many other 
games. The weekend came to an end with 
one last full day of activities on Saturday. 
Students gathered on Brinser field in the 
afternoon where they could run through a 
Slip & Slide, or obstacle courses, play water 
tag, skeeball, mini-hoops, make a spin art 
Frisbee or get scopes taken with friends. All 
while enjoying a variety of boardwalk foods. 
Later that night students were able to bring 
their own blankets to Wolf Field and play 
bingo under the lights and stars. The night 
didn't stop there though, Midnight breakfast 
was available in the blue bean for students 
to crunch their cravings before hitting up 
the Jersey Shore dance, the last event in the 
T.G.I.S. weekend. 




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the 
crucible 




Elizabethtown Colleges final show of the 2009- 
2010 school year was The Crucible. The play 
opened Thursday April 22nd. The show was an 
emotional roller coaster for all the cast members 
and required them to put a great deal of heart 
into it. The Crucible tells the grim tale of the 
citizens of Salem during the infamous witch tri- 
als. It all starts out with Reverend Parriss, played 
by senior Stephen McGonigle, daugther Betty 
falling ill, after her father discovers her and her 
friends dancing in the woods. Reverend Hale, 
junior Peter Starr, comes to town to determine 
whether or not the sickness is caused by witch- 
craft. After some trickery by the leader of the 
girls, Abigail Williams, played by junior Emily 
Knitter, he decides that the devil is in 

Salem and ^^^^^^ the accusa- 

tions begin 



to fly. The audience learns that Abigail has 
had an affair with the married John Proctor, 
played by senior Ian Pape, and that she hopes 
to use the witch trials to kill his wife Elizabeth, 
senior Emily Grove. John and his friends must 
try to convince the town that the girls' are liars 
in order to save their wives and friends. The 
playwright, Arthur Miller, uses this piece to 
show the audience the danger of a witch hunt, 
not only in puritan times but today as well. He 
specifically meant to draw a parallel between 
the play and the McCarthy trials that were be- 
ing conducted at the time it was written, but as 
the director for Etowns particular production, 
Terry Mastrobuono, believes the lesson is still 
prevalent to this day. Set design was done by 
Tom Hackman. This was his last show at Eliza- 
bethtown College. 




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At the season opener of the Elizabethtown 
College Mens cross-country season, they 
finished seventh out of nine teams, at the 
Navy Invitational. From there they won the 
Short Course championship at the Dickin- 
son College Long/Short Course Invitational, 
with their top five runners finishing in the 
top 25. Continuing. to do well the mens 
cross country team finished fifth out of 28 
schools at the Inter-Regional Rumble. And 
then for the second consecutive year, 
Elizabethtown College finished first at the 
Battle for the Buggy mens cross country 
meet. The cross-countrymen then headed 
for the Middle Atlantic Conference, where 
they took home their tenth MAC cham- 
pionship title. Elizabethtown head coach 
Chris Straub was honored as MAC Coach 
of the Year for the eighth time in his career 



as four Blue Jays finished in the top 1 and 
three more in the top 1 5 out of 1 34 runners. 
The Blue Jays were selected to the 32-team 
field after finishing fifth at the Mideast Re- 
gional championsnips. The team finished 
fifth and sophomore Eric Reichert finished 
fourth overall, earning him an automatic 
spot at the NCAA Division III Cross Country 
Championships. Their at-large bid was one 
of 1 6 and their fifth appearance at nationals 
in the past 10 years. Reichert became the 
schools fourth mens cross country runner to 
earn All-America status as he finished 23rd 
overall at the NCAA Division III Champion- 
ships. As a team, Elizabethtown placed 28th 
our of 32 teams. 




Most people run a race 

to see who is fastest. I 

run a race to see who has 

the most guts". 

Steve PreFontaine, 

American Long Distance Runner 



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Navy Invitational 
Dickinson College 
Long/Short Course 
Invitational 
Paul Short Run 
Oberlin College Inter- 
Regional Rumble 
Battle for the Buggy 
Middle Atlantic 
Conference 
Championships 
NCAA Division III 
Mideast Regional 
NCAA Division III 
Championships 



7th of 9 
1st of 25 



17th of 38 
5th of 28 

1st of 17 
1st of 14 



5th of 45 
28th of 32 





lake Blanton, Evan DeArmitt, Adam 
Derkacz, Chris Farmer, Aaron Focht, 
Chris Heisey, Matt Jensen, Charlie 
Larsen, Myles Lund, Chris Macomb, 
Colby Miller, Eric Reichert, Ryan 
Schatran, Matt Seeley, Russell Spe- 
iden, Mark Weber 

Coaches: Chris Straub & Brian Falk 




TEAM EZ^TEJZ 



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The Elizabethtown College womens cross- 
country team opened its 2009 season with 
a second-place finish at the Lebanon Valley 
College Invitational. The Blue Jays continued to 
do well tying for fifth out of a total of 25 teams 
in the Short Course race at Dickinson College 
Invitational. At the Inter-Regional Rumble, the 
team finished 1 3" 1 of out 25 schools. The Blue 
Jay Women went on to compete at the Middle 
Atlantic Conference Championships, winning 
their third consecutive MAC cross-country 
championship. Blue Jay senior Megan VanDen- 
Hengel won the individual championship and 
was named MAC Runner of the Year for her 



performance in the meet. Head coach Brian 
Falk was honored as MAC Coach of the Year 
for the second straight year after all 12 of his 
runners finished in the top half of the field of 
129 runners, including nine in the top 50. The 
team then qualified to compete at the NCAA 
Division III Mideast Regional Championships. 
The women finished sixth at the Regional 
Championships, and VanDenHengel received 
one of the spots to compete at the womens 
championships, making this her second trip to 
nationals. Out of 279 runners VanDenHengel 
placed 101" overall, finishing off the season. 




The dynamics of our team complete// 
changed entering this season. We had a lot 
of new faces and lost many seniors from last 
year We knew we had a lot of work to do 
but we all believed in ourselves and set out 
to accomplish our dream of winning a third 
consecutive MAC title We went out on 
championship day and raced one of our best 
races as a team It all came together and 
we ended up winning That is a moment / 
am never going to forget This season was 
unforgettable' 



Megan VanDenHengel, Sr 



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Lebanon Valley 


2nd of 7 


College Invitational 




Dickinson College 


t-5th of 25 


Long/Short Course 




Invitational 




Paul Short Run 


32nd of 39 


Oberlin College Inter- 


13th of 25 


Regional Rumble 




Battle for the Buggy 


7th of 12 


Middle Atlantic 


1st of 14 


Conference 




Championships 




NCAA Division III 


6th of 44 


Mideast Regional 






Abbey Anderson, Teresa Beshore, 
Marquel Bowler, Jill Casey Berna- 
clette Frawley, Kathryn Howser, 
Lauryn Krissinger, Kate Leibrand, 
Sarah Merusi, Chelsea Miles, Ka- 
tie Nordyke, Megan Patton, Jan- 
na Richards, Taryn Shank, Sarah 
Steinmetz, Megan VanDenHen- 
gel, Alex Walmer 

Coaches: Brian Falk, Chris Straub 




TEAM B/9ATCB 



Athletics 



75 





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The Lady Jays entered the 2009 season 
with a new head coach and high hopes 
for the season. Elizabathtown alum and 
Blue Jay standout on the field hockey field, 
Brandy Michael, took the role and hoped 
to bring the 2009 team as much success 
as she had during her career. Despite the 
change in leadership, the Lady Jays had a 
winning season, finishing with records of 
1 1-7 overall and 5-3 in the conference. In 
the midst of their season, the team went on 
a seven-game winning streak, but couldn't 
hold onto this success into the end of the 



season. The team landed a spot in the Com- 
monwealth conference semifinals, and lost 
to Lebanon Valley by a score of 1-5. Four 
players on the Lady Jays were named to 
the All-Commonwealth Conference field 
hockey team. Senior Caitlin Smith and 
Junior Julie Foster both received first-team 
selections while seniors Brenna Noon and 
Liz Hannegan received second-team se- 
lections. Both the Lady Jays and new head 
coach Brandy Michael hope to capitalize on 
their success this season and bring home a 
title next season. 




The 5 Ss of sports train- 
ing are: stamina, speed, 
strength, skill, and spirit; 
but the greatest of these 

is spirit'' 
Ken Doherty, 
American Athlete 



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11-7 




Franklin & 


2-3 L 


Marshall 




Misericord ia 


2-0 W 


Muhlenberg 


0-1 L 


Juniata 


1-0 W 


Moravian 


2-0 W 


Swarthmore 


3-0 W 


King's 


2-0 W 


McDaniel 


2-1 W 


Widener 


3-2 W 


Alvernia 


3-2 W 


Gettysburg 
Messiah 


0-1 L 


0-5 L 


York 


2-3 L 


Arcadia 


6-1 W 


Shenandoah 


6-0 W 


Albright 
Lebanon Valley 


5-1 W 


2-5 L 


Lebanon Valley 


1-5 L 



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5-3 






Steph Smith, Kelly Van Clief, Caitlin 
Grimes, Ali Cavanaugh, Linsey Fa- 
sold, Meg Cassels, Brenna Noon, Katy 
Boone, Casey Fletcher, Amara Dell, 
Kelly Clayton, Smantha Redles, Jackie 
Macharsky, Erin Meanix, Caitlin Smith, 
Melanie Hartman, Julie Foster, Jill Pat- 
rick, Brittany Mathews, Martina White, 
Naciine Yunginger, Samantha Earle, Liz 
DeMatteis, Asblev Wukitsch, Abby 
Beykirch, Aimee Stango, Liz Hannegan, 
Lindy Hamp 

Coaches: Brandy Michael '04, Cindy 
Telenko, Monica Hockenbrock, Megan 
Angstadt '09 




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Elizabethtown College golf team opened 
their spring portion of its 2009-10 sea- 
son by tying for second place at the 
York College Spring Invitational. The 
golf team went on to host the Blue Jay 
Classic, where they finished seventh 
out of 12 teams. At the Susquehanna 
University Invitational the men finished 
third out of 12 teams. The Elizabeth- 
town College Blue Jays went on to 
finish third out of eight teams at the 
Commonwealth Conference Mens Golf 



Championships. The Blue Jays won their 
first-ever conference title in 2008, and 
went on to win it again in 2009. The Jays 
were hoping for its third straight Com- 
monwealth Conference golf champion- 
ship. However the two-time defending 
tournament champions, were placed in 
fifth after the opening round and then 
climbed their way up two spots to fin- 
ish in third. The top finisher for the Blue 
Jays was Dan Senkler, who placed third 
in the tournament. 




"Success in golf depends less 

on strength of body than 

upon strength of mind and 

character 



Arnold Palmer, 
American Golfer 



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Penn State Harrisburg 


t-6th of 12 (317) 


Elizabethtown College 


6th of 7 (677) 


Invitational 




Lebanon Valley College 


7th of 22(316) 


Susquehanna 


8th of 14(331) 


Messiah College 




Franklin & Marshall 


t-4th of 16 (327) 


Elizabethtown College 


16th of 20(358) 


Fall Blue Jay Classic 


1st of 16(318) 


York College 


t-2nd of 8 (308) 


Lebanon Valley College 


5th of 20 (331) 


Elizabethtown College 


7th of 12 (331) 


Spring Blue Jay Classic 




Penn State Harrisburg 


4th of 7 (639) 


Franklin & Marshall 


10th of 17(321) 


Susquehanna 


3rd of 12 (321) 


Messiah College 


6th of 12(332) 


Glenmaura National 


5th of 9 (328) 


Commonwealth 


3rd of 8 (635) 


Conference 




Championships 





3rj> or 8 






Kurt Amen, Dan Bolstein, 
Alex Catalano, Matt Cheyne, 
Bret Hartman, Kent Her- 
som, Nick lacono. Ben Katz, 
John Kraisa, Kyle McMul- 
len, Stephen rowell, Geoff 
Quinque, Dan Senkler 

Coaches: Dave Dentler 




TFAM RflftTfcB 



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79 





This year the mens soccer team at Elizabeth- 
town College displayed a great deal of skill 
ending the season at 1 4-4, with one tied game. 
The Jays started off the season well when they 
defeated Neumann University 4-0 in the season 
opener. They continued winning against every 
team they faced from New York City Tech to 
the University of La Verne to Wilkes University. 
This was the teams best start since 1982 with 
a record of 7-0. Sadly their streak was broken 
soon after when they were defeated 1-0 by 
Drew University. Despite this loss, the team 
bounced back during a game against Immacu- 
lata University winning 8-2. Juniors Tony Pacella, 
Cameron Gettel, and Taylor Helsel all helped 



their team on its way to victory. The three were 
named All-Commonwealth Conference for 
2009. First-years Javiem Blanchett and Giovanni 
Correa, and senior Luke Mitchell all earned sec- 
ond team honors. Sophomore Dan Featherer 
and first-year Ross Withrow also contributed to 
their teams success. Both players were named 
Commonwealth Conference player of the week 
at different times throughout the season. Other 
seniors on the team include Steve Malm and 
Chris Rice. Arthur "Skip" Roderick continued 
his position as head coach of the team as he 
has done since 1 983. Assistant coaches include 
Graham Small, Jason Petronis, Joe Longnecker, 
Seamus Donnelly, and Gene Clemens. 




"/ am a member of a team, and 
I rely on the team. I defer to it 
and sacrifice for it, because the 
team, not the individual, is the 
ultimate champion" 

Mia Hamm, 

American Soccer Player 



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14-4-1 






Neumann 


4-0 


W 


Medgar Evers 
New York City 


3-2 


w 


7-0 


w 


College of 






Technology 






Gwynedd -Mercy 


5-0 


w 


La Verne 


3-1 


w 


McDaniel 


2-1 


w 


Wilkes 


5-1 


w 


Drew 


0-1 


L 


Immaculata 


8-2 


w 


Moravian 


4-0 


w 


Alvernia 


2-1 


w 


Franklin & Marshall 


1-0 


w 


Albright 


3-2 


w 


Lycoming 


0-0 


T 


Lebanon Valley 


2-1 


w 


Arcadia 


0-1 


L 


Widener 


1-0 


W 


Messiah 


1-5 


L 


Arcadia 


0-1 


L 



4-2- 





Eric Carr, Roman Jablonskyj, Ross With- 
row, Dan Featherer, Erik Weber, Giovanni 
Correa, Niko Antonellos, Taylor Helsel, 
Tyler Norton, Javeim Blanchette, Michael 
Andrei, Geoff Cochrane, Luke Mitchell, 
Guilherme Sousa, Cameron Gettel, Brian 
Gallagher, Steve Malm, Adam Liddle, 
Bryan Strode, Tony Pacella, Brian Boring, 
Zach Wendler, Alvaro Martinez, Mike 
Stobbe, Andy Barnes, Chris Rice, Billy 
Hook, Rob Canderan, Eric Barrett, Dan 
Saint-Pol 

Coaches: Arthur "Skip" Roderick '74, 

Graham Small, Jason Petronis, Joe Longe- 

necker, Seamus Donnelly, Michael Terry 

'08, Gene Clemens _„ . , „.«„__.. 
TEAM P/frSTCP 





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The Lady Blue Jays of the Elizabethtown 
Womens Soccer team started their sea- 
son with high moral, having been voted 
to place second in the Commonwealth 
Conference. While tjeseason opener 
was lost on Sept. 5, 2009 to Allegheny, 
the team retaliated in their second game 
against Rutgers-Camden with a win of 
2-1 in overtime. Midseason, the Lady 
Jays had a three game winning streak 
against Alvernia, Misericordia, and Mill- 
ersville, all with 1-0 records. The team 
took a final in-season at home against 



Messiah, 0-5. However, with three of 
19 games going into overtime, two into 
double overtime, and close wins and 
losses all over the board, its safe to say 
our womens soccer team played hard, 
and won hard. With an overall record 
of 9-1 0, and a record of 4-3 in the Com- 
monwealth Conference games, the Jays 
placed third in the conference. Three 
of the players, first-years Laura Wingert 
and Amy Bunting and junior Kelly Fisher, 
were named all conference. 




"Through the ups and downs of the 
season, we really came together as a 
team. These girls are like family. Win- 
ning a few more games and beating 
Messiah would've made for an even 
better season, but ending it in the 
conference play-offs is not something 
to be disappointed about" 



Christina Sheppard, Sr 



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Allegheny 


0-4 L 


Rutgers-Camden 


2-1 W 


Swarthmore 


0-1 L 


Franklin & Marshall 


3-0 W 


Moravian College 


0-1 L 


York 


1-2 L 


Stevenson 


1-2 L 


Alvernia 


1-0 W 


Misericordia 


1-0 W 


Millersville 


1-0 W 


Scranton 


0-1 L 


Alrbright 


0-2 L 


Lycoming 


2-0 W 


Lebanon Valley 


1-0 W 


Arcadia 


2-3 L 


Widener 


3-0 W 


Eastern 


2-1 W 


Messiah 


0-5 L 


Arcadia 


0-3 L 








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Kristen Kelly )ess Manchak, Paige 
Minka, Amy Bunting, Katelyn Roderick, 
Kelly Fisher, Lisa Nyman, Laura Wingert, 
Caitlin Lark, Rebekah Richards, Kelsey 
Boehmer, Christina Sheppard, Denise 
Nott, Alex Magnolo, Erin Scott, Kristin 
Eck, Angela Candelora, Ashton Heyclt, 
Erika Harold, Erin Murowany, Ellen Parr, 
Kathryn Ritter, )ess Mason 

Coaches: Bob Scotten '78, Ray Stem 
'65, Chris Ackerman, Stephanie Cleaves 

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The 2009-2010 Womens Tennis team dominated 
the Commonwealth Conference this season. In their 
season opener against Arcadia University, the Blue 
Jays beat the Knights 8-1. Following their season 
opener, the team won the next five matches, giv- 
ing them a record of 6-0. The Lady Jays continued 
this success throughout the rest of their regular 
season. In fact, the team swept seven of their 17 
regular season matches beating out teams like 
Messiah, Albright, and Lycoming, among others. 
In the postseason, the team shut out Alvernia Uni- 
versity to earn them a spot in the Commonwealth 
Conference Championships against Lebanon Valley 
College. The Lady Jays were able to edge LVC and 
sweep them 5-0, earning them their fourth Com- 
monwealth Conference title in the past six years. 



Seniors Jess Russell and Emily Swarr shared the 
tournament Most Valuable Player honors. With 
the win, Elizabethtown earns an automatic bid to 
the NCAA Division III Womens Tennis Champion- 
ships. The team, however, lost the first round to 
Johns Hopkins University. Ending the season with 
an overall record of 1 5-5 and a Conference record 
of 6-0, five players earned All-Conference honors, 
Head Coach Matt Helsel was named Coach of the 
Year and first year Allison Burkhardt was honored as 
Rookie of the Year. Burkhardt also earned first team 
honors along with seniors Jess Russell and Emily 
Swarr, while first years Kristi Noecker and Madison 
Pipkin were second-team selections. This is Coach 
Helsels fifth time being Coach of the Year in the 
past eight years. 




"This season our learn goal was to be one 
that plays our hardest every match with 
a positive attitude while supporting each 
other Achieving this goal has brought us 
success both on and off the court. Our 
team is relatively young with only three 
returning players, but both our teamwork 
and determination have turned us into a 
single unit working together towards the 
same goal" 



Emily Swarr, Sr 



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Arcadia 


8-1 W 


Messiah 


9-0 W 


ITA Southeast 


Individuals 


Regional 
Albright 




9-0 W 


Lycoming 


9-0 W 


Lebanon Valley 


5-4 W 


Alvernia 


8-0 W 


Baldwin-Wallace 


4-5 L 


Northwestern 


7-2 W 


Juniata 


8-1 W 


Wilkes 


4-5 L 


La Salle 


8-1 W 


Scranton 


9-0 W 


Bridgewater 


6-3 W 


Stevenson 


9-0 W 


Dickinson 


2-7 L 


Misericordia 


9-0 W 


Muhlenberg 


3-6 L 


Alvernia 


5-0 W 


Lebanon Valley 


5-0 W 


Johns Hopkins 


0-5 L 



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Allison Burkharclt, Stephanie Ell- 
wood, Alena Marani, Kristi Noeck- 
er, Madison Pipkin, Sarah Poulle, 
Jess Russell, Emily Swarr 

Coaches: Matt Helsel '07, Jess 
Long 



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The Blue Jays had their eyes set on a fourth- 
consecutive trip to the Commonwealth 
Conference this season. Having won their 
first conference crown in 2007, but losing 
the title last year, the girls were ready to take 
another run at the championships. The Eliza- 
bethtown College volleyball team opened up 
their regular season with four consecutive 
wins, and closed the season with a pair of 
victories giving them a 19-9 record overall. 
In the teams match against Lycoming College 
the Blue Jays locked in the Commonwealth 
Conference playoff with their 3-1 win. The 
team then dominated Messiah College in 



the Commonwealth Conference volleyball 
semifinals. Lebanon Valley College, how- 
ever, defeated Elizabethtown College at 
the Commonwealth Conference volleyball 
championships. The Blue Jays finished their 
season 20-10 overall, and placed second in 
the Commonwealth Conference with a 6-1 
record. As for the players, senior Kayla Deats, 
middle hitter, was named to the American 
Volleyball coaches Association All-Mid- 
Atlantic Region team. She was also selected 
to the All-Commonwealth Conference team, 
along with three other Blue Jays. 








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This year we got to experience many 
different things, trip to Puerto Rico. 
Dig Pink Game with Debt, and many 
honored players. Our team was indi- 
vidually talented and team oriented 
Coming in 2nd was one of the biggest 
disappointments we could have faced, 
but it is definitely not our only memory 
of our 2009 season The Blue jay vol- 
leyball team will always continue to 
Work Hard and Have Fun" 




Paige Tanner, Sr. 




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Franklin & Marshall 

York 

McDaniel 

Muhlenburg 

Gettysburg 

Bridgewater 

Mary Washington 

Frostburg State 

Widener 

Susquehanna 

Moravian 

Arcadia 

Gallaudet 

Wentworth 

Neumann 

Eastern 

Alvernia 

St. Mary's 

Messiah 

Lycoming 

Wesley 

Albright 

Dickinson 

Haverford 

Lebanon Valley 

Carnegie Melon 

Westminster 

Washington & 

Jefferson 

Messiah College 

Lebanon Valley 



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W 
L 
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3-0 W 
3-0 W 
3-0 
3-0 
0-3 
3-0 
1-3 
3-2 
3-1 

3-0 W 
3-0 W 
3-0 W 
1-3 L 
2-3 L 
2-3 L 
3-1 W 
3-1 W 

3-0 W 
2-3 L 



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Crystal Agnew, Sheri Hihn, Molly 
Northway, Megan Kenneweq, 
Kathy Perry, Kayla Timmer, An- 
drea Weaver, Holly Bubb, Kayla 
Deats, Paige Tanner, Katie Gantz, 
Kelsey Hayes, Amanda Ritchey, 
Linsay Palm, Kara Burkholder 

Coaches: Randall Kreider, Gary 
Kreider, Debi Murray 




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This year the mens basketball team at Eliza- 
bethtown College performed well. Despite 
a disappointing opener where they lost to 
Manhattanville College 73-63, they ended 
the season with a 16-9 record. They also 
secured fourth place in the Commonwealth 
conference this year. Senior Mike Church 
and junior Keith Fogel helped greatly in 
contributing to the teams achievements. 
Church, the lead scorer on the team, aver- 
aged 1 5.3 points a game while Fogel came 
in a close second at 14 points a game. 
Church and Fogel were both named All- 



Commonwealth Conference, with Church 
as first pick and Fogel as second. Over the 
course of the season the Blue Jays defeated 
teams like Messiah College, the University 
of Scranton, Lebanon Valley College, and 
Widener University. Other seniors on the 
team include Chris Jones, Andrew Corrigan, 
and Josh Houseal. The head coach this 
year was Bob Schlosser, who has coached 
the team for the past 20 years. Assistant 
coaches included Barry Acker, Justin Ed- 
wards, Charlie Bowen, and Ken Howard. 




"This years team was a unique bunch. 
We were successful in reaching the 
playoffs, but mostly victorious in being 
a team. The memories will not be of 
the games or acknowledgements, but 
the people, the friendships, and spend- 
ing time with those who were there for 
you every day" 




Mike Church, Sr 



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Manhattanville 


63-73 L 


Lancaster Bible 


82-52 W 


Wilkes 


66-57 W 


Susquehanna 


78-89 L 


Delaware Valley 


71-65 W 


Neumann 


79-56 W 


Alvernia 


80-88 L 


Messiah 


69-64 W 


Wilkes 


76-69 W 


Scranton 


63-52 W 


Muhlenberg 


72-61 W 


Gwynedd-Mercy 


74-68 W 


Arcadia 


72-53 W 


Lebanon Valley 


74-66 W 


Albright 


58-59 L 


Lycoming 
widener 


74-89 L 


81-66 W 


Alvernia 


79-69 W 


Messiah 


60-61 L 


Albright 


74-67 W 


Widener 


67-80 L 


Lebanon Valley 


74-79 L 


Lycoming 


92-85 W 


Arcadia 


81-69 W 


Lycoming 


81-69 L 




8-6 





Mike Church, Joe Flanagan, Keith Fogel, 
Chris Jones, Mark Vogel, Kyle McConnell, 
Andrew Corrigan, Ben Cable, Josh Hou- 
seal, Brian Allport, Matt Brown, Brady 
Haughney, Bryan Harrity, Travis Mettler, 
Dan Silver 



Coaches: Bob 
Justin Edwards 
Howard 



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The Womens' Basketball team opened 
the season against Moravian College on 
November 1 5 to a loss of 44-79. The Lady 
Blue Jays wouldn't be down for long, as 
they attained their first win (83-62) on 
November 21 against Brooklyn College 
at the Franklin & Marshall Tip-Off Tour- 
nament. The ladies played with character 
and heart throughout the season as they 
didnt stay down for long after a loss. It is 
because of this attitude that they ended 
the season on a high note. The team 
closed the seasons with two wins against 



Lycoming College (86-54) and Arcadia 
University (67-63). Coaches Kauffman, 
Cieslinski, and Travitz lead the ladies to 
an overall record of 8-16, and a confer- 
ence record of 4-10. Junior guard Me- 
gan Strohman was named second-team 
All-Commonwealth Conference, after 
scoring 58 three-pointers this season. 
The team bids farewell this year to guard 
Courtney Kofeldt, guard Jen Schiefer, 
and forward Ali Jury, the teams' three 
seniors. 




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Moravian 

Marywood 

Brooklyn 

Franklin & Marshall 

Alvernia 

Messiah 

Dickinson 

Cabrini 

Shenandoah 

Immaculata 

Arcadia 

Lebanon Valley 

Albright 

Lycoming 

Widener 

Ursinus 

Eastern 

Alvernia 

Messiah 

Albright 

Widener 

Lebanon Valley 

Lycoming 

Arcadia 



44-79 L 
68-70 L 
83-62 W 
53-60 L 
56-62 L (OT) 
49-58 L 
53-68 L 
49-39 W 
56-61 L 
72-67 W 
66-50 W 
55-70 L 
56-76 L 
64-53 W 
45-59 L 
42-61 L 
66-56 W 
55-68 L 
52-67 L 
68-73 L 
67-75 L 
62-70 L 
86-54 W 
67-63 W . 

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Stephanie Ellwoocl, Katy Fogel, Ali 
Jury, Courtney Kofeldt, Emily Mullen, 
Kelly Sauerzopf, Jayci Scannapieco, 
Jen Schiefer, Kaity Snyder, Megan 
Strohman, Nacline Yunginger, Teanna 
Ziegler 

Coaches: Yvonne Kaut't'man, Cathy 
Cieslinski, Royal Travitz 




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Both the Men and Women's Elizabeth- 
town Swim Team opened their season 
with a victory over Arcadia University. The 
women came away with a 1 14-76 victory 
and the men came away with a 94-61 vic- 
tory. The women went on to beat Messiah 
with a 118-85 win while the men were 
defeated. Both the men and the women 
were defeated by Lycoming College but 
they redeemed themselves in a Middle 
Atlantic Conference at Kings College. The 
men had a 99-1 8 victory while the women 
won with a 130-54 victory. Both the men 



and the women kept the victory up with 
a win over FDU-Florham, another Middle 
Atlantic Conference. The ladies kept up the 
victory by defeating Lebanon College, while 
the men lost with a close score of 99-93. 
Both teams were defeated in their next four 
meets by York College, Washington Col- 
lege, Albright College, and Widener Uni- 
versity. The teams closed their season with 
a non-conference meet against McDaniel 
College. The men lost, however the women 
took away a victory. 




You cart put a 

limit on anything. The 

more you dream, the 

farther you get" 

Michael Phelps 

American Olympic Swimmer 



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Arcadia 


94-61 W 




Messiah 


63-138 L 


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Lycoming 


69-149 L 


King's 


99-18 W 


Farleigh 


82-79 W 


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Dickinson 




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banon Valley 


93-99 L 


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Franklin & 


10th (60 pts.) 


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York 


36-180 L 


Washington 


42-109 L 


Albright 


40-114 L 


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Widener 


24-167 L 


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McDaniel 


45-115 L 


MAC 


9th place 


ampionships 




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Sara Crimmel, Matt Drob, Ashley 
Engle, Kelly Frace, Ryan Hannon, 
Stephanie Hellman, Danielle Hop- 
kins, Courtney Kelly Sarah Kittle, 
Amanda Latshaw, Chelsea Lorenz, 
Jennifer Malik, Amanda Martin, 
Shaun Martin, Gretchen Miller, Amy 
Morin, Chris Nelson, Jennifer Orlan- 
do, Dan Provence, Laura Randazzo, 
Lindsay Riley, Kevin Smedman, Julie 
Strulson, Molly Unangst 

Coaches: Mark Wilson, Dan Dehass 
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"Like any other sport, the women; 
swim team had a difficult time replac- 
ing the talented swimmers we lost to 
graduation and transfer We were lucky 
to have so many first-year students 
pin the team and although not all of 
them made it to MACs. they all helped 
contribute to our second consecutive 
winning seoson" 



Sara Crimmel, 



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Arcadia 


114-76 W 


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Messiah 


118-85 W 


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Lycoming 


95-162 L 


King's 


130-54 W 


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Farleigh 


123-73 W 


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Dickinson 




Danon Valley 


112.5-92.5 W 





Franklin & 


12th (56 pts.) 


Marshall 




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York 


80-180 L 


Washington 


80-120 L 


3 


Albright 


86-107 L 


Widener 


91-114 L 


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McDaniel 


105-90 W 


MAC 


5th Place 


ampionships 






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; The 2009-2010 Elizabethtown Wrestling 
team started the season off right by plac- 
ing first at the Messiah Invitational. The 
Blue Jays lost the next two matches against 
Kutztown University and Delaware Valley 
College and came in 6th place out of 10 
teams at the York Invitational. The team 
then got fired up again and won six of the 
next nine matches, bringing their record 
to 8-3 overall. At the Metropolitan Con- 
ference Championship, the team earned 
72.5 points earning them 3rd place out of 
9 teams. Three Blue Jays earned berths to 



the NCAA Division III Championships from 
their success at the Conference Champion- 
ships, including 2009 All-American Tyler 
Erdman, Junior Bill Meaney and first year 
Tye Boyer, who also won co-Rookie of the 
Year. Head Coach Eric Walker also earned 
Metropolitan Coach of the Year. At the Divi- 
sion III Championships, the team finished 
17th out of the 59 teams that competed. 
Erdman finished as the runner-up, making 
him the third Elizabethtown Wrestler to be 
a two-time All-American. 




"This was by far the most success- 
ful season I was a part of at Etown. 
We had a winning record, we had 3 
National Qualifiers and we finished 
as a ranked team in the country. It 
was a lot of fun to see the 4 years 
of hard work pay off.' 



Eric Rhoads, Sr 



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Messiah 


1st of 9 




Invitational 






Kutztown 


12-22 


L 


Delaware Valley 


11-24 


L 


York Invitational 


6th of 10 




Johns Hopkins 


30-9 


W 


Stevens 


29-16 


w 


Roger Williams 


26-9 


w 


Scranton 


39-6 


w 


Centenary 


27-6 


w 


TCNJ 


13-20 


L 


Millersville 


25-16 


w 


Gettysburg 
NYU 


40-12 


w 


32-6 


w 


Wheaton 


17th of 30 




King's 


21-22 


L 


Messiah 


14-21 


L 


Metropolitan 


3rd of 9 




Conference 






Championships 
NCAA Division III 






17th of 59 




Championships 








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Kevin Aspril, Marx Barsky, Will Bentley, Tye Boyer, 
larrod Cawley, Paul Connor, Josh Cook, Bud 
Croswell, Ronnie Cuff, Mike Daub, Kyle Deeds, 
Anthony DiMarco, Tyler Erdman, Mike Evarista, 
Dave Foran, Brian Frantz, Jim Gentile, Tim Gold- 
kamp, Marty Harnish, J.R. Hewitt, Jarred Kane, 
Mike Lussier, Chris McCooey, Bill Meaney, lulian 
Meaney, Ken Nakagawa, Avery Newberger, Matt 
Nobbs, Eric Rhoads, Deron Sharp, Colin Sheridan, 
Jordan, Stepanchick, Ross Stockdale, Henry Tucker, 
Drew Winegar 



Coaches: Eric Wall 
'03 



Nate Niman, Dan Bechtold 




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At the start of the 2010 season, the Elizabeth- 
town College Baseball Team was picked to 
finish second overall in the Commonwealth 
Conference baseball preseason coaches poll. 
Last year, the Blue Jays finished in first place at 
the Commonwealth Conference going 29-15 
overall and 12-3 in conference games. The 
team showed that they wanted a repeat of last 
season by winning 22 of their 37 regular sea- 
son games. After beating Alvernia University 
and Messiah College in the Commonwealth 
Conference Playoffs, the team advanced to the 
conference finals against Widener University, 
a rematch of last years tournament champion- 
ship. The Jays couldn't come back after Wid- 



ener scored 1 1 runs in the first three innings of 
the first game. In the second game, the score 
was tied at five in the sixth when Widener hit 
a two-run homerun to take the lead and the 
title back from the Blue Jays. The Jays ended 
their season with a record of 24-1 6 overall and 
1 1 -7 in the conference and second in the Com- 
monwealth Conference. Six members of the 
team were placed on the All-Commonwealth 
Conference baseball team. Senior Ryan Barrett 
was a first-team selection while First-Year Dillon 
Tagle, Sophomore Steve Motika, and Seniors 
Rodney Francis, Matt Vinagro and Brian Kiernan 
earned second team status. 




"I swing big, with every- 
thing I've got. I hit big or 
I miss big. I like to live as 
big as I can" 

Babe Ruth, 
Baseball Player 



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Penn State Erie 

Susquehanna 

Penn State Erie 

Westminster 

Westminster 

Ursinus 

Ursinus 

York 

Alvernia 

Alvernia 

Alvernia 

Penn State - Hbg. 

Messian 

Messiah 

Franklin & Marshall 

Messiah 

Lebanon Valley 

Lebanon Valley 

Lebanon Valley 

Susquehanna 

Shenandoah 

Albright 

Albright 

Albright 

Juniata 

Lancaster Bible 

Moravian 

Moravian 

Gettysburg 

Widener 

Widener 

Widener 

The College of NJ 

Arcadia 

Arcadia 

Arcadia 

Alvernia 

Messiah 

Widener 

Widener 



6-10 


L 


7-6 


W 


3-5 


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7-2 


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0-3 


L 


12-4 


W 


6-3 


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1-6 


I 


1-4 


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5-0 


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9-7 


w 


3-0 


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0-6 


L 


6-5 


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13-7 


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2-5 


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Matt Vinagro, Ben Yeager, Mike Stobbe, 
Steve Shuleski , Rodney Francis , Todd 
Leister, Jake Hoffstein, Wayne Leonard, 
Steve Motika, Andrew Cordon, Shane 
Hosier, Brian Kiernan, Derrek Boyer, Ryan 
Donahue, Greg Katz, Zach Mills, Kyle 
Gable, )osh Hannold, Ryan Barrett, Matt 
Reade, Anthony Heaps, Matt Ruth, Kyle 
Wilt, Rob Cressman, Pat Mulligan, Tim 
Rosser, Adam Hartzell, Jon Bacher, Kevin 
Berkheiser, Dillon Tagle, John Rutecki 

Coaches: Cliff Smith, Mike Carnes, Tom 
Semanek, Kurt Smith '09 




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The Elizabethtown College softball team 
opened its 201 season with a pair of games 
at the National Training Center Spring 
Games, in Clermont Florida. The Blue Jays 
went on to finish their season with the first 
winning record for the program since 2003. 
They finished 18-13-1 overall and in fourth 
place in the Commonwealth Conference. 
Elizabethtown College was eliminated from 
the Commonwealth Conference softball 
tournament with a 3-2 loss to Widener. 
However four players were placed on the 
All-Commonwealth Conference softball 



team, Courtney Comstock (catcher) and 
Sarah Church (infield) were first-team selec- 
tions while Paige Tanner (infield) and Lind- 
sey Cooper (outfield) were second-team 
picks. Tanner and Church also became the 
1 2th and 1 3th players in program history to 
reach 100 career hits during the Jays sea- 
son. Two first year players were named to 
the National Fastpitch Coaches Association 
All-East Team. Infielder El ly McCarthy was a 
first-team selection as a utility player, while 
catcher Courtney Comstock was an at-large 
selection to the third team. 




"Our season has been extremely 
fun! We came together as more of 
a family and have had great suc- 
cess because of it. Our never say 
die attitude has taken us to new 
heights and we have made a posi- 
tive impact on one another as well 
as the college community" 



Sarah Church, Senior 



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100 






Anna Maria 


17-1 (5 inn.) 


W 


Alma 


3-7 


L 


Northland 


4-1 


L 


John Carroll 


0-16 (5 inn.) 


L 


Saint Joseph's 


1-2 


L 


John Carroll 


0-8 (5 inn.) 


L 


Ohio Northern 


0-8 (5 inn.) 


L 


Clark 


0-1 


L 


Susquehanna 


0-5 


L 


Susquehanna 


8-2 


W 


Widener 


5-6 (10 inn.) 


L 


Widener 


0-5 


L 


Gettysburg 


3-4 


L 


Gettysburg 


3-6 


L 


Swarthmore 


5-6 


L 


Swarthmore 


0-4 


L 


Moravian 


0-3 


L 


Moravian 


0-4 


L 


Lebanon Valley 


2-5 


L 


Lebanon Valley 


1-9(6 inn.) 


L 


Alvernia 


6-1 


W 


Alvernia 


6-5 


W 


Franklin & Marshall 


5-0 


w 


Franklin & Marshall 


1-0 


w 


Albright 


9-5 


w 


Albright 


6-4 


w 


Juniata 


2-4 (8 inn.) 


L 


Juniata 


4-5 


L 


DeSales 


2-10(6 inn.)_ 
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7 *J 


Lycoming 


8-0 ' 


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3-0 


w 


Arcadia 


3-5 


L 


Arcadia 


7-8 


L 


Messiah 


1-4 


L 


Messiah 


2-4 


L 




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Shannon Marsico, Autumn Phil- 
ips, Emily Vogel, Lindsey Cooper, 
Meghan Tooley, Sarah Church, 
Courtney Comstock, Whitney Brene- 
man, Ryan Allard, Heather Peluso, 
Caroline Schuster, Elly McCarthy, Jess 
Manchak, Paige Tanner, Julie 
Sebastian 

Coaches: Kathy Staib, Mel Truett, 
Trisha Johnson, Jill Trostle 

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101 








For the first time in the programs nine-year his- 
tory, the Elizabethtown College mens lacrosse 
team received votes in the United States In- 
tercollegiate Lacrosse Association Division III 
Coaches Poll. But this wasn't the only highlight 
of the mens season. In the teams game against 
Alvernia they set a school record of seven 
consecutive victories with their 18-2 win. The 
men earned the top seed in their respective 
tournament after winning their regular season 
championship and claiming their first-ever first- 
place finish. Unfortunately Widener beat out 
the Blue Jays in the MAC Semifinals with an 8-5 
victory. Senior attack Aaron Weber, however, 



was named The Middle Atlantic Conference 
Player of the Year in mens lacrosse. Weber was 
joined on the first team by midfield ]on Day 
and defender Chris Day while junior long-stick 
midfielder Mike Kenneally was a second-team 
selection. Weber was also named honorable 
mention Division III All-America as well as a 
Scholar Ail-American by the United States In- 
tercollegiate Lacrosse Association. He holds 
the program single season record for goals, 
assists and points. Weber scored at least one 
point in 60 of his 61 career games. The Blue 
Jays finished their season with 1 2-4 overall and 
10-1 in the MAC. 



— jJtAR M 

This is the best team in our pro- 
grams history and we are led by a 
tough and physical defense. They 
pressure and harass opponents 
forcing turnovers and create 
opportunities for our offense" 




Aaron Weber, Senior 



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A i in i in s 



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12-4 






Washington 


7-11 


L 


Immaculata 


14-5 


W 


Hampden 


6-13 


L 


Sydney 






Roger Williams 


13-5 


W 


Messiah 


7-6 


W 


King's 


14-4 


w 


Lycoming 


11-8 


w 


Lebanon Valley 


18-5 


w 


Misericordia 


13-3 


w 


Alvernia 


18-2 


w 


Manhattanville 


9-8 


w 


Eastern 


11-12 


MOT) 


Farleigh 


8-6 


w 


Dickinson 






DeSales 


10-9 


W(OT) 


Widener 


10-8 


w 


Widener 


5-8 


L 









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Kurt Deschner, Brent Campbell, Sean 
O'Neill, Zak Miller, Dustin Mulcahey, Sean 
McCraw, Aaron Weber, Ryan Mulcahey, John 
Puzzo, Brendan Corcoran, Donnie Krausse, 
Chris bay, Roberto Zambrana, Drew Stitt, 
Shakir Saunders, Shawn Corcoran, Keith 
Staulters, Kyle Huckle, Dan Patton, Derek 
Karsten, Josh Dougherty, Brian Wenger, 
Brian Boring, Mike Kenneally, Jon Day, Mike 
McCraw, Greg Kenneally, Hunter Malick, 
Dino Kotsakis, Derek Nejheiser, Brian Schaaf, 
Alex Zwinck, Nick Andrews, Cory Boush- 
ell, Alex Short, Corey Toby, Kvle Lord, Mike 
Reintjes, Brent Antosh, Nick Thompson, Kyle 
Squires 

Coaches: Terry Corcoran, Dan Hinder '09, jb- "*« 
Jordan Kolb 5P/*t^ 
TEAM g^TCP 





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103 





Elizabethtown womens Lacrosse team lost their 
team's top three scorers from last season (to gradu- 
ation) and three starters from this year's squad (to 
injury). Despite this, they finished their season on 
a high note this season. Overall the girls finished 
16-5 in the season and had an undefeated record 
of 12-0 in the Middle Atlantic Conference. One of 
their biggest accomplishments was placing first in 
the MAC, their first MAC championship in program 
history. The Blue Jays made their first appearance in 
the NCAA Division III tournament. The girls played 
against Washington & Lee University in the first 
round game where they pulled out a 13-12 win, 
before being eliminated by the University of Mary 
Washington in the second round. The team was 
ranked 18th in the final Intercollegiate Women's 
Lacrosse Coaches Association Division III Poll. The 
Blue lays coach Mike Faith was honored after guid- 
ing the girls to their first conference championship 



by being named Coach of the Year for the second 
time in his career. Individual honors were also 
given to several of the players on the team. Senior 
attack Stephanie Kreis was named Middle Atlantic 
Conference Player of the Year. And six other girls 
were also honored as All-Conference selections, 
including midfielder Katie Caprinolo, defender 
Alexis Morris, attack Megan Byrnes, midfielder Meg 
Cassels, defender Anna Meerbach, and midfielder 
Sarah Cullinan. Four of these girls were also named 
to the Intercollegiate Womens Lacrosse Coaches 
Association All-Metro region team, including Cul- 
linan, Caprinolo, Morris, and Kreis. Caprinolo also 
received another honor, being named a third-team 
All-America by the Intercollegiate Womens Lacrosse 
Coaches Association, along with Morris who was 
named third-team All-America by womenslacrosse. 
com. Morris also earned a spot on the All-Rookie 
Squad. 




— 4-lcAR. Mc 

"One of the great lessons Ive 
learned in athletics is that you/e 
got to discipline your life. No mat- 
ter how good you may be. you/e 
got to be willing to cut out of your 
life those things that keep you from 
going to the top" 

Bob Richards, 
Olympic Athlete 




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104 



Salisbury 


8-20 


L 


Arcadia 


21-1 


W 


Wooster 


15-10 


W 


Alvernia 


15-6 


w 


Gettysburg 


9-18 


L 


McDaniel 


15-16 


L 


Messiah 


16-15 


W 


King's 


20-0 


w 


Lycoming 


22-10 


w 


Lebanon Valley 


21-2 


w 


Misericordia 


19-2 


w 


Manhattanville 


20-2 


w 


Eastern 


18-7 


w 


Farleigh Dickinson 


13-12 


W(OT) 


Wilkes 


14-2 


W 


Stevenson 


12-15 


L 


Widener 


17-3 


W 


Lycoming 


17-6 


W 


J Farleigh Dickinson 


11-4 


w 


Washington 


13-12 


w 


and Lee 






Mary Washington 


16-19 


L 1^-^ 





Melanie Hartman, Sarah Behounek, 
Alexis Morris, Rebecca Myers, Kara 
Solesky, Megan Byrnes, Maddy Jackson, 
Alisha Sangrey, Caitlin Russell, Katelyn 
Slade, Mara Mulvaney Katie Caprinolo, 
Sarah Cullinan, Erika Hawkins, Arielle 
Harris, Anna Meerbach, Becky Porter, 
Meg Cassels, Emily Butler, Rachael 
Waldman, Katie Scheurich, Samantha 
Redles, Stephanie Kreis, Casey Fletcher, 
Nicole Day. 

Coaches: Mike Faith, Danielle Seling 
TEAM P/3ATCB 





Athletics 



105 




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After losing their first match of the season to 
Baldwin-Wallace College 8-1, the 2010 Mens 
Tennis Team bounced back to only lose four 
more matches for the rest of the season. The 
team dominated their schedule shutting out 
teams like Stevenson College, Albright Univer- 
sity, and Misericordia College. Midway through 
the season, the Blue Jays beat Messiah College 
8-1 to secure a spot in the playoffs, even with 
4 more games left in the regular season. At the 
end of the regular season, the Blue Jays finished 
with a record of 12-4, with an undefeated 
record in the Commonwealth Conference. In 
the first round of the Commonwealth Confer- 
ence playoffs, the team beat Lebanon Valley 



College by a score of 5-1 , sending them to the 
Conference finals against Lycoming College. In 
the finals, the Blue Jays couldn't hold on to a 
4-1 advantage as Lycoming soared past them 
winning the match 5-4 and claiming the Con- 
ference title. E-town finished their season with 
an overall record of 1 3-5 and 6-0 in the Com- 
monwealth Conference. Four Blue Jays were 
named to the All-Commonwealth Conference 
mens tennis team. First-year Joss Riehl was 
named Rookie of the Year and also selected to 
the first-team along with Sophomore Manrique 
Arrea and Junior Bryan Metz and senior Brok 
Walker were second-team picks. 




This season has been very successful 
and rewarding. This team has the most 
talent that I have seen in my four years 
here, and we worked hard to earn 
another undefeated regular season in 
the Commonwealth Conference. It is 
rewarding to look back on the season 
and recognize that we accomplished 
much of what we set out to do early 
in the year 



Brok Walker, Senior 



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Baldwin-Wallace 


1-8 


L 


Gordon 


6-3 


W 


Northwestern 


6-3 


W 


Juniata 


7-2 


w 


Wilkes 


0-9 


L 


Stevenson 


9-0 


w 


LaSalle 


1-8 


L 


Arcadia 


7-2 


W 


Albright 


9-0 


w 


Lebanon Valley 


8-1 


w 


Bridgewater 


0-9 


L 


Messiah 


8-1 


w 


Alvernia 


8-1 


w 


Lycoming 


6-3 


w 


Misericordia 


9-0 


w 


Muhlenberg 


5-4 


w 


Lebanon Valley 


5-1 


w 


Lycoming 


4-5 


L 



6-o 





Michael Anderson, Manrique Ar- 
rea, Alan Dyson, Matt Freedman, 
Billy Freitag, Eric Fritzges, Bryan 
Metz, Brian Osborn, Josh Riehl, 
Brok Walker 

Coaches: Matt Helsel, Jess Long 



TCAME/7ATEB. 




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Athletics 



107 




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The mens track and field team had high 
hopes coming into the 2009-2010 season 
after coming in 2nd place in the Middle 
Atlantic Conference Indoor Championships 
and 1st place in the Outdoor Champion- 
ships. They started the season off on the 
right foot at the Navy Invitational as the 
Blue Jays received no fewer than eight 
performances that cracked the programs 
all-time top 10 rankings that day. The team 
continued to dominate the indoor portion 
of the season. At the Orange and Maroon 
Classic at Susquehanna, senior Tim Katza- 



man broke his own school record in the 
weight throw by three feet and became 
the first Blue )ay to crack the 40-feet mile- 
stone. Despite their hard work, the Blue 
Jays came in 3rd place at the MAC Indoor 
Championships. Starting the outdoor por- 
tion, senior Mike Torre set a school record 
in the javelin throw at the Millersville Uni- 
versity Spring Classic. The team had the 
same success in the outdoor portion of the 
season, finishing third in the MAC Outdoor 
Championships. 




— J-ltAE. MC- 

"We have some new faces, 
it's a new year, w&e all work- 
ing extremely hard, and our 
goal remains the same: MAC 
champions'.' 




Wyatt Eaton, Sr 



Anniiiis 



108 



DuCharme 


2nd Place 


Invitational 




MAC Indoor 


3rd of 11 


Championships 




Messiah 


6th of 14 


Invitational 




MAC Outdoor 


3rd of 11 


Championships 






Kil ^V^" 



3izx> or 11 





Brian Allport, Cameron Aregood, Jake Blan- 
ton, Steven Boyer, Evan DeArmitt, Adam 
Derkacz, Elton Dos Santos, Pat Doughtv, 
Wyatt Eaton, Chris Farmer, Aaron Focht, 
Rich Greco, Kyle Grimm, Austin Hayes, 
Chris Heisey, Matt Jensen, Clayon Kaier, 
Tim Katzaman, Charlie Larsen, Myles Lund, 
Chris Macomb, Mike Mauger, Colby Miller, 
Chris Niles, Dan Obold, Eric Reichert, Luke 
Rotenberger, Matt Seeley, Russell Speiden, 
Mike Torre, Brandon Walters, Dan Ward, 
Mark Weber 

Coaches: Chris Straub, Brian Falk, Joel Hot't- 
smith, Larry Nawa, Phil Alder '09, Chelsea 
Miles '09 




TEAMFWTfcft 



Athletics 



109 





TPA/V AMD FI R I p 



The Elizabethtown College Women^ Track 
and Field team started the 2010 season off 
at Ursinus College Winter Invitational. The 
team finished sixth out of 1 8 teams. First year 
Jenna Niedermayer performed well for her 
collegiate debut by finishing fourth in the long 
jump with a mark of 16 feet, 5 % inches. This 
jump placed her second on the programs all- 
time performance list. Niedermayer wasn't the 
only Blue Jay setting records this season. At the 
Penn State National Invitational, Sophomore 
Kathryn Howser set a school record in the 
800-meter run with a time of 2:18.86 breaking 
the previous record by almost two seconds. 
The Blue Jays finished third out of 1 1 teams 
in the Middle Atlantic Conference Womens 
Indoor Track and Field Championships. Nie- 



dermayer earned the Rookie of the Year honor. 
The team kicked off the spring outdoor season 
at the Millersville University Spring Opener. 
Senior Megan VanDenHengel finished first in 
her steeplechase debut. She narrowly missed 
breaking the program record by a mere 27 
hundreths of a second. The team went on to 
finish second at the Middle Atlantic Conference 
championships. Elizabethtown swept the top 
four places and five of the top six in the 1 0,000 
meters. VanDenHengel qualified for the NCAA 
Division III Championship after winning the 
steeplechase at the Lions Last Chance Meet 
held at The College of New Jersey. She finished 
off her last season placing 12th nationally in 
steeplechase. 




"Running is the great- 
est metaphor for life, 
because you get out of it 
what you put into it" 

Oprah Winfrey 
television host 



Athletics 



110 



DuCharme 


5th Place 


Invitational 




MAC Indoor 


3rd of 11 


Championships 




Messiah 


2nd of 14 


Invitational 




MAC Outdoor 


2nd of 11 


Championships 





2ND or 11 





Abbey Anderson, Teresa Beshore, Mar- 
quel Bowler, )ess Burton, Jillian Casey, 
Crystal Connelly, Sarah DeGeoree, Katy 
Fogel, Bernadette Frawley, Janefle Gal- 
lant, Allie Gold, Kathryn Howser, Pam 
Jaraczewski, Kristen Kilpeck, Lauryn Kris- 
singer, Nicole Lipari, Ashley Lockwood, 
Sarah Merusi, Jenna Neidermayer, Katie 
Nordyke, Kristen O'Brien, (ill Patrick, 
Megan Patton, Janna Richards, Kathryn 
Ritter, Taryn Shank, Sarah Steinmetz, 
Kelly Van Clief, Megan VanDenHengel, 
Alex Walmer 

Coaches: Chris Straub, )oel Hoft'smith, 
Brian Falk, Larry Nawa, Phil Alder '09 

TEAM P/9STCP 





Athletics 



111 



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BRINSER 



(Est. 1965 



David E. & Sadie M. Brinser Residence Hall 
houses 109 male and female residents, with an 
average of 20 students per floor community. All 
rooms have a unique "L" shape, carpeted floors 
and central heating and air conditioning systems. 
Laundry facilities and vending machines are locat- 
ed within the residence hall. There are four suites, 
each with a private bath and kitchen. 





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FOUNDERS 

c Est. 1971 

Founders consists of four-wings (A, B, C, D); 
each dedicated to four founders. The building 
houses 318 students, making it our largest resi- 
dence hall. This air-conditioned, coed residence 
hall offers a unique, living environment. Each floor 
is the equivalent of a small community, consisting 
of bathrooms and lounge areas designed to accom- 
modate eight students. A large lounge area con- 
nects the wings. The PIE LLC and the GEMS LLC 
are both located in Founders Hall. 





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FOUNDERS 

c Est. 1971 

Founders consists of four-wings (A, B, C, D); 
each dedicated to four founders. The building 
houses 318 students, making it our largest resi- 
dence hall. This air-conditioned, coed residence 
hall offers a unique, living environment. Each floor 
is the equivalent of a small community, consisting 
of bathrooms and lounge areas designed to accom- 
modate eight students. A large lounge area con- 
nects the wings. The PIE LLC and the GEMS LLC 
are both located in Founders Hall. 




Campus Life 



119 





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MYER 



(Est 1957 



Myer overlooks the Dell, houses 136 men and 
women with an average of 30 students per floor 
community. Myer has a newly renovated main 
lounge area. It is home to the Honors LLC, Simple 
Living LLC and GLACATION LLC. 





121 








Cami-i S 



122 



OBER 

(Est. i960 

Ober houses 202 students. It is divided 
into two wings. Each floor community av- 
erages 29 students and has 12 double oc- 
cupancy rooms, one single room, one suite 
for four students and a lounge. The rooms 
have tile floors. The two wings are connect- 
ed by a main lounge. A Wellness/Substance 
Free community is located in Ober Hall. 





Campus Life 



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Cami'i s I m i 



124 




ROYER 



(Est. 1965 



Royer accommodates 125 men and wom- 
en, with an average of 21 students per hall. 
On the first floor there is a newly renovated 
kitchen and a main lounge. 





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SCHLOSSER 






Est. 1965 



Schlosser houses a total of 206 female residents 
with an average of 42 students per floor. All rooms 
and hallways in this building are carpeted. All 
floors have a kitchenette and a lounge. There is a 
main lounge on the first floor, which contains a 
television, pool table, Ping-Pong table and vend- 
ing machines. Laundry facilities are located on the 
first floor. An Academic Success/Quiet Study com- 
munity and a Wellness/Substance Free community 
are located in Schlosser Hall 





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VERA HACKMAN 

APARTMENTS 



(Est 2000 



Built in August 2000: The Vera H. Hack- 
man Apartment complex was opened in 
Fall 2000. This three story structure consists 
of 23 quad occupancy apartments, each 
with double bedroom, full kitchen and 
baths, furnished living and dining rooms 
and laundry facilities. 





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VERA HACKMAN 
APARTMENTS 



(Est. 2000 



Built in August 2000: The Vera H. Hack- 
man Apartment complex was opened in 
Fall 2000. This three story structure consists 
of 23 quad occupancy apartments, each 
with double bedroom, full kitchen and 
baths, furnished living and dining rooms 
and laundry facilities. 





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schreiber 
Quadrangle 

(Est. 1992 

The V. Lester Schreiber Quadrangle was 
opened in 1992. This complex of townhous- 
es accommodates 128 men and women. The 
furnished apartments open to a courtyard 
and commons building, available for quiet 
studying or social functions. The residents 
are expected to participate in the Quads 
Council system of governance. 




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Computer Science 
Elverson, PA 

Berends, Gregory ' 1 3 
Chemistry 
Mechanicsburg. PA 

Berger. Kara ' 1 1 
International Business 
Bernville, PA 



Beshore. Teresa '1 1 
Elementary Education 
New Cumberland. PA 

Betts. Carey ' 1 2 
Communications 
White Marsh, MD 

Beveridge, Chloe ' 1 
Music 
Centereach, NY 

Beyer, Alexis ' 1 1 
Business Administration 
Collegeville. PA 

Beykirch, Abigail ' 1 1 
Elementary Education 
Tuckerton. NJ 

Bhuiyan, Sakif '1 1 
International Business 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 

Bialas. Jennifer '1 1 
Modern Languages 
Middletown. PA 

Bianco. Anthony '13 
Computer Science 
Holtwood. PA 

Biedka, Sarah '1 1 
Music Therap) 
Lower Burrell. PA 






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Biehl, Ambre '13 
Criminal Justice 

■ Willow Grove. PA 



Bireley, Stephanie '10 
Biology 
Pottstown, PA 

Bitterman, Abigail '12 
Modem Languages 
Runnemede, NJ 

Bixler, Erin ' 1 3 
Psychology 
Columbia, PA 

Blackmail, Katherine '10 
Modern Languages 
Lancaster, PA 

Blair, Emily '12 
Psychology 
Waynesboro, PA 

Blanchette, Javeim '13 
Biology - Premedicine 
Cayon, Spain 

Blanton. Jake '13 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Huntingdon Valley, PA 

Blatchley, William ' 1 1 
Communications 
Mount Laurel, NJ 

Blauch, Ashley '11 
Elementary Education 
Jonestown, PA 

Blewitt. Samantha ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed. 

Bloh. Kevin '13 
BioTechnology 
Oxford. PA 

Blome. Kira'12 
Biology - Allied Health 
Sewell, NJ 

Blome, Kristeri ' 1 1 
Elementar\ Ed. 
Sewell, NJ 

Blough, Nicole '10 
Elementary Ed. 
Mount Joy, PA 



Boehmer, Kelsey ' 1 3 
Social Work 
Myerstown, PA 

Boiling. Brittany '10 
Computer Engineering 
Abingdon. MD 

Bollinger. Jonathan ' 1 1 
Accounting 
Hummelstown, PA 

Bollinger. Kirsten '12 
Biology - Allied Health 

Bolstein. Daniel '12 
Business Administration 
Maple Glen, PA 

Bomberger, Joseph ' 1 3 
Sociology-Anthropology 
Landisville, PA 

Bonnar. Kaitlin '10 
International Business 
Grove City, PA 

Bono. Shannon '13 
Social Work 
Oaks. PA 

Bonvicino. Felicia ' 1 1 
Health & Occupation 
Manalapan. NJ 

Booker. Brian ' 1 3 
Social Studies Ed. 
Glenshaw, PA 

Boomer. Diane '12 
New York. NY 

Boone. Katy '10 
Elementary Ed. 

Booth. Caitlin '1 1 
Biology - Allied Health 
Edgcwater. MD 

Boothby, Andrea '1 1 
History 
Glenolden, PA 

Boring, Brian '1 3 
Accounting 

Laurel. Ml) 

Bornholdt, Katie 'I 1 
Business Administration 

MooiCNtown. N.I 



Boushell, Cory ' 1 3 
Biology - Allied Health 
Chambersburg, PA 

Bowler. Marquel '10 
International Business 
Columbia. MD 

Bowling. Thomas '10 
Political Science 
Honey Brook. PA 

Boyer, Derrek ' 1 2 
Engineering 
Schuylkill Haven, PA 

Boyer, Steven ' 1 2 
Chemistry 
St. Clair, PA 

Boyer. Tye ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Lewistown. PA 

Bozworth. Scott '1 1 
Psychology 
Bethesda. MD 

Brackins. Rachel ' 1 
Music Therapy 
Bel Air. MD 

Breidenstine. David '10 
Social Work 
Wilmington. DE 

Breneman. Gregor> '10 
Business Administration 1 
Mount Joy, PA 

Breneman. Whitney '13 
Health & Occupation 
Mount Joj . P \ 

Brennan, Elizabeth ' 1 3 
Modern Languages 
Carbondale, PA 

Brenner. Paul ' 1 1 
Computer Science 
Crownsville. MD 

Brewer, Benjamin '10 
Communications 
Union Bridge, MD 

Bridgeman, Kaitlyn '1 1 
1 [ealtfa & ( Occupation 
Westminster, MD 



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Briscoe, Nancy ' 1 1 
Communications 
New Albany, OH 

Brock, Kyle ' 1 3 
Mathematics - Ed. 
Cheltenham. PA 

Broda, Alyssa ' 1 3 

First- Year Student 

Hummelstown, PA 

: 

Brogle. Stephen ' 1 3 

Health & Occupation 

Hopewell. NJ 

Bross, Erika ' 1 3 

Business Administration 
Vlanheim, PA 

Brossman, Brooke ' 1 2 
Psychology 
Reamstown, PA 

Broten, Elizabeth '10 

English 

Hartwick, NY 

Brown. Christopher '1 1 

Business Administration 

.Wyomissing, PA 

i 

Brown, Nevin ' 1 2 

Biology 

Pine Grove, PA 

rown, Sara '10 
■ Health & Occupation 
pring Grove, PA 

ferown. Shannon ' 1 2 
Spanish Education 

Brown. Susana ' 1 2 
Elementary Education 
Hagerstown. MD 
! 

Brule. Heather ' 1 1 
Social Studies Ed 
Hampstead. NH 

Bruno, Traci ' 1 
Health & Occupation 
Avon By the Sea. NJ 

Bryant. Samantha ' 1 1 
: Accounting 
Lancaster. PA 



Bubb. Aubree '1 1 
Health & Occupation 

Bubb, Holly '13 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Hampstead. MD 

Bucci. Christina '1 1 
Communications 
North Wales, PA 

Bucciaglia, Katclyn '13 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Reading. PA 

Bucher. Rachel ' 1 3 
Music Therapy 
New Providence, PA 

Bucher. Sarah ' 1 
Communications 
Mount Joy. PA 

Bucklin, Kaitlin '13 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Whitehall, PA 

Buffenmyer, Jade ' 1 2 
Accounting 
Ephrata, PA 

Bunting, Amy ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Lancaster. PA 

Burd. Andrew '1 1 
Social Studies Ed 
Bensalem, PA 

Burford. Madora ' 1 3 

Biology 

Easton, PA 

Burg. Erin '1 1 
Music Therapy 
York. PA 

Burkhardt. Allison '13 
English Education 

Burkholder, Kara '1 1 
Communications 
Lititz. PA 

Burkholder. Randy '12 
Religious Studies 
Newville. PA 



Burton. Jessica '13 
Biology - Allied Health 
Hockessin. DE 

Bury, Sarah '10 
Biology - Allied Health 
Abingdon. MD 

Bussc. Lauren '12 
Modern Languages 
Ballston Spa, NY 

Butenewicz. Ashley ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Franklinville, NJ 

Butera. Matthew ' 1 1 
Actuarial Science 
Collcgeville, PA 

Butler, Emily ' 1 3 
Biology - Allied Health 
Finksburg, MD 

Byerly. Audra ' 1 2 
Elementary Ed 
Chester Springs, PA 

Byrnes, Megan ' 1 
Business Administration 
Lutherville, MD 




Cable, Benjamin ' 1 3 
Computer Science 
York, PA 

Caggiano. Danielle ' 1 1 
Music Education 
Matamoras. PA 

Cain, Caitlin '10 
Communications 
Magnolia. DE 

Cairns. Angela '1 1 
Elementary Education 
Pottsville. PA 

Calabrese. Amanda ' 1 1 
Communications 
Bridgcton. NJ 

Calaman. Sierra '1 1 
Psychologx 
Towanda. PA 



Calas. Camille 'I 1 
Mayenne, France 

Caldwell, Christie '1 1 
Communications 
Mountville. PA 

Callanan, Erin '13 
Health & Occupation 
Southampton, PA 

Caltagarone, Chelsic ' 1 1 
Elementary Ed. 

Caluda. Monica '12 
Music Therapy 
Stephens City, VA 

Campbell. Brent ' 1 1 
Communications 
Baltimore. MD 

Candelora. Angela ' 1 
Biology - Allied Health 
North Haven. CT 

Canderan. Robert ' 1 3 
Seaville, NJ 

Canelos, Katherine '13 
Elem/Middle Education 
Glen Arm, MD 

Canfield. Matthew ' 1 
International Business 
Scotch Plains, NJ 

Cangelosi. Patricia '10 

English 

New Britain, PA 

Cangialosi. Melissa '1 1 
Mathematics - Ed. 
Kunkletown. PA 

Cantor. Danielle ' 1 1 
English 
Bensalem, PA 

Canzanese, Lauren ' 1 
Communications 
Turnersville, NJ 

Capece. Eric ' 1 3 
Biochemistry 
Cherrj Hill.NJ 

Caprinolo, Katherine '10 
English 
Jarrettsville. MD 



Carabello. Elyse ' 1 1 
English 

Care. Christopher '1 1 
International Business 
Birdsboro. PA 

Carmel. Samuel '10 
Business Administration 
Chester, NJ 

Carmichael. Lauren '1 1 
Health & Occupation 
Poland. ME 

Carr. Eric ' 1 3 
International Business 

Carr, Samantha '13 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Chal'font. PA 

Carras. Elizabeth ' 1 3 
Music Therapy 
Monroeville. PA 

Carrier, Emily '10 
Health & Occupation 
Martinsburg. WV 

Carroll. Caitlin '12 
Psychology 
Baltimore. MD 

Carroll. Stephanie '1 1 
Mathematics 
West Chester. PA 

Cartwright, Christopher '1 1 
Sociology-Anthropology 
Harrisburg, PA 

Caruso. Danielle ' 1 
Social Work 
New Egypt, NJ 

Casey, Jillian ' 1 3 
Political Science 
Mountain Top. PA 

Casey. Megan ' 1 1 
English - Literature 
Kearney s\ ille. WV 

Cassels, Margaret '1 1 
Fine Arts 
Downingtown, PA 



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Cassidy, Richard '12 
Computer Science 
Saylorsburg, PA 

Castellini. Kristy '12 
Communications 
Vineland, NJ 

Castor. Kelly ' 1 
Elementary Ed. 
Doylestown, PA 

Catalano, Alexander '1 1 
Business Administration 
Selinsgrove, PA 

Catanach, Tamara ' 1 3 

Social Work 

East Falmouth, MA 

Cauceglia. Gregory ' 1 2 
Business Administration 
West Caldwell, NJ 

Caudill. Nathan ' 1 2 
Engineering 
Pittsburgh, NY 

Cavanaugh. Allison '1 1 
Health & Occupation 
Orchard Park, NY 

Cawley, Jarrod ' 1 1 
History 
Fleetwood, PA 

Cecco. Caitlin '1 3 
Psychology 
Brookhaven, PA 

Cellini, Peter '1 1 
Economics 
Cinnaminson, NJ 

Ceron, Samuel '1 3 
Business Administration 
Gaithcrsburg. MD 

Chancy. Krister) ' 1 2 
I [ealth & Occupation 
Baldwin, MD 

Chase. Carolanne "1 1 
Communications 
Warrenton, VA 

Cherry. Tat yn ' I 1 

English 

Huntingdon Valley, P \ 



Cheung. Michael '1 

Mathematics 

East Brunswick, NJ 



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Cheyne, Matthew ' 1 3 
Manchester, MD 

Christensen, Kelly '12 
Business Administration 
Lancaster. PA 

Christie, Kevin '10 
Information Systems 
Camp Hill, PA 

Christner, Elizabeth '1 1 
Social Work 
Middletown, PA 

Church. Michael '10 
Accounting 
Peach Bottom, PA 

Church, Sarah '10 
Biology - Allied Health 
Aston, PA 

Chute, Jennifer '10 

Music 

Nassau, NY 

Cisneros. Danielle ' 1 1 
Business Administration 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Clancy. Shayna ' 1 1 
Modem Languages 
East Greenwich. RI 

Clark. Ashley ' 1 2 
International Business 
Landenberg, PA 

Clawson. Crystal '10 
Health & Occupation 
Quan yville. PA 

Clayton, Kelly '12 
Communications 
Magnolia. NJ 

Clemens, Nicholas '1 3 
Political Science 
Pottstown, PA 

Cochran. Uison ' I 2 
International Business 
Willow Grove, l' \ 



Cochrane, Geoffrey '12 
Business Administration 
Holland. PA 

Coffey. Angela ' 1 1 
Modern Languages 
Bryn Mawr, PA 

Cohen. Alison '10 
Elementary Education 
Rosemont. PA 

Cohen, Benjamin '1 1 
Biology 
Harrisburg, PA 

Colman, Jacqueline '1 1 
Psychology 
Scarsdale, NY 

Comstock. Courtney ' 1 3 
Biology 
Bloomsburg, PA 

Conlin. Allison '1 1 
Elementary Education 
Chester Springs. PA 

Conlow, Michael '1 1 
Computer Engineering 
Southampton, NJ 

Connelly, Crystal '12 
Criminal Justice 
Lower Waterford, VT 

Connor. Paul ' 1 1 
Elementary Education 
Tabernacle. NJ 

Conroy. Rachel ' 1 3 
Fine Arts 
Hanover, PA 

Contc. Alexandra '1 1 
Social Studies Ed 
Marlton, NJ 

Conway. Alicia ' 1 1 
Political Science 
Hummelstown, PA 

Cook. Joshua ' I 1 
Business Administration 

Gardners. I' \ 

Coone>. Thomas '1 3 
Social Studies Ed. 
Flourtown, I' \ 



Cooper, Lindsey '13 
Mount Joy, PA 

Corcoran. Brendan ' 1 2 

Biology 

Hershey. PA 

Corcoran, Shawn ' 1 1 
Communications 
Hershey, PA 

Cordaro. Alexa ' 1 3 
Political Science 
Coatesville, PA 

Cornell. Catherine '13 
Sewell, NJ 

Cornwell, Chelsea ' 1 1 

Social Work 

East Greenville, PA 

Corrado, Kelsea ' 1 1 
Health & Occupation 
La Plata. MD 

Correa. Giovanni ' 1 3 
Business Administration 
Tres Coracoes. Brazil 

Corrigan. Andrew '10 
Psychology 
Bristol, PA 

Corrigan, Elizabeth ' 1 1 
Elementary Education 
Millers, MD 

Costello, Elizabeth ' 1 2 
Chemistry 
Conshohocken. PA 

Cotton. Shawn ' 1 1 
Communications 
Bernardsville. NJ 

Couch. Stephanie '1 1 
Communications 
I at robe. PA 

Coupe. Jacqueline ' 1 
Music Education 
West Chester, I' \ 

Craig, Bailej '10 

I ine \rts 
Browns Mills. \.l 

Cram. Thomas '1 3 
Business \d ministration 



Cramer, Samantha '13 
Music Education 
Mont Alto. PA 

Craven. Allan '10 
International Business 
Sellersville, PA 

Crawford. Stephanie ' 1 
Music Education 
Warminster. PA 

Crebs, Jessica ' 1 3 
English - Literature 
Pasadena. MD 

Creme, Sarah ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Lancaster. PA 

Cressman. Robert '13 
Mathematics - Ed 

Pitman. NJ 

Crimmel. Sara '10 
English 
Tunkhannock. PA 

Croswell, Richard ' 1 
Psychology 
Newark. DE 

Crout, Anthony ' I 1 
Actuarial Science 
Palmyra, PA 

Crozier. Nicole ' 1 3 
First Year Student 
Garnet Valley, PA 

Cubberley. Justine 1 2 

Chemistry 

Picture Rocks. 1' \ 

Cuff, Ronald '12 
Business Administration 
Pittsgrove, NJ 

Cullinan, Sarah M I 
Business Administration 

W est Chester. P \ 

Cummings, Kaitlin ' 1 3 

Health t <: Occupation 

Callaway, MD 

Cunningham, I lizabeth 'Id 

Environmental Science 
I towningtown, I' \ 



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Daiutolo, Brittany '12 

Biology 

Magnolia, NJ 

I 

Dales, Jessica '12 
English - Literature 
Mew Freedom. PA 

D'Almeida. Monique '13 
"ine Arts 
"recmansburg, PA 



Day, Jonathan '10 
Business Administration 
Thornton, PA 

Day, Nicole ' 1 1 
Biology - Allied Health 
Chester Springs, PA 

DeAngelo, Clara ' 1 2 
Social Work 
New Egypt, NJ 

DeAngelo, Janelle '1 1 
English 



^'Angola, Alexandra '10 DeArmitt. Evan ' 1 2 
Political Science Biology 

Amite Haven, PA Harrisburg, PA 



banner, Adam '1 1 
Elementary Education 
jermansville, PA 

Dao. Chi ' 1 3 

nternational Business 

| 

Darkow, Daniel *12 

Business Administration 

31en Mills. PA 

Daub, Michael '10 
Criminal Justice 
Duncannon, PA 

Daudens. Charlotte ' 1 3 
social Work 
Laxou, France 

David, Samantha '1 1 
Elementary Education 
Honesdale, PA 

I 

Davis. Joanna ' 1 2 
Health & Occupation 
Leesport. PA 



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avis, Nicole '1 1 
Health & Occupation 

Davisson. Benjamin '1 1 
Business Administration 
Collegeville, PA 

I 

Dawkins, Jasmine ' 1 3 

Communications 

Day. Christopher '10 
Business Administration 
Thornton. PA 



Deats, Kayla'10 
Business Administration 
Middlebury Center, PA 

Deaven. Katalina ' 1 
Communications 
Palmyra. PA 

Decker. Chelsea ' 1 2 
Communications 
Elkton. MD 

DeDufour. Lauren ' 1 
Elementary Education 
Pennington. NJ 

Deede. Emily ' 1 1 
English Education 
West Kingston, RI 

Deeds, Kyle ' 1 2 
Computer Science 
Leesport, PA 

Deeley. Nicole '13 
Chemistry 
Columbia. PA 

DeGeorge. Sarah ' 1 1 
Social Work 
Butler. PA 

DelBalzo. Jeanne ' 1 3 
Modern Languages 

Delfino. Alanna '13 
Communications 
Baltimore. MD 



Dell, Amara *13 
Health & Occupation 
New Bloomfield, PA 

DeMarco, Austin '10 
English 
Pottstown, PA 

DeMarco. Jennifer ' 1 3 
Music Therapy 
North Middletown, NJ 

Demaris, Nicole '13 
Chemistry 
Medford Lakes. NJ 

DeMark. Meredith '1 1 
Political Science 
Exeter, PA 

DeMatteis. Elizabeth '1 1 
Elementary Education 
Newark, DE 

DeMezza. Lauren ' 1 1 
Business Administration 
Cinnaminson, NJ 

Derkacz. Adam '1 1 
Environmental Science 
Huguenot. NY 



Derr. Nathan ' 1 1 
English 
Reading, PA 

Derstine. Randall ' 1 
BioTechnology 
Sellersville, PA 

Deschner. Kurt ' 1 1 
Biochemistry 
Kelowna, BC 

Desimone, Kalie ' 1 1 
Communications 
Collegeville. PA 

Desmond, Hannah ' 1 2 
Political Science 
Turnersville. NJ 

Devine. Viola '13 
BioTechnology 
Camp Hill, PA 

Diamond, Kathryn '10 
Biology - Premedicine 
Mverstown. PA 



Diaz. Stephanie '12 
Elementary Education 
Mount Joy. PA 

DiBcrnardino. Megan '1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Drums. PA 

Dieffenderfer, Bethany '1 1 
Health & Occupation 
Charlotte Hall, MD 

Diegel, Alexander ' 1 
Communications 
Mechanicsburg. PA 

DiEleuterio, Jenna '10 
Elementary Education 
Wilmington, DE 

DiFerdinando. Ascenza '10 
International Business 
Phoenix, MD 

DiGaetano. Kristina '13 
Health & Occupation 

DiGrazia, Steven ' 1 1 
International Business 
Stone Ridge, NY 

Dilorio. Katrina '12 
Theatre 
Newton, NJ 

DiLeonardi. Mary ' 1 1 
Social Work 
Hampstead. MD 

DiMarco. Anthony '1 1 
Social Studies Ed 
Kennett Square, PA 

DiMeglio. Dominique '1 1 
Music Education 
Skillman. NJ 

DiMichele. Aimee '10 
English 
Springfield, PA 

Discianni. Alexander ' 1 3 
Communications 
Pottstown. PA 

Dixon. Patrick '13 
Engineering 
West Chester. PA 



Dobson. Danika "1 1 
Psychology 

Doeing, Matthew ' 1 2 
Modern Languages 
Annville. PA 

Donahue. Ryan '1 1 
Business Administration 
Hatfield. PA 

Dos Santos. Elton '10 
Business Administration 
Philadelphia, PA 

Dotter. Emily '13 
Communications 
Wyomissing, PA 

Doty. Darline ' 1 
Elementary Education 
Hanover, PA 

Dougherty. Joshua '10 
Business Administration 
Ocean City. MD 

Dougherty. Stephanie '10 
Biology - Allied Health 
Cinnaminson. NJ 

Doughty, Patrick ' 1 2 
International Business 
Macungie. PA 

Douglas, Scott ' 1 3 
Biology - Allied Health 
Eagleville. PA 

Dove. Krystal ' 1 1 
Modern Languages 
Carlisle. PA 

Dowling, Rebecca ' 1 2 
Psychology 
Pocono Lake. PA 

Doyle. Erin '10 
Biology 
Doylestown. PA 

Drebot. Courtney ' 1 3 
Music Therapy 
Lykens. PA 

Drinker. Katie '10 
Business Administration 
Kennett Square. PA 



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Driscoll, Lauren '1 1 
Modem Languages 
Nottingham, MD 

Drob. Matthew ' 1 
Computer Engineering 
Strasburg, PA 

Drobin. Jane ' 1 3 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Drolet, David ' 1 3 
West Newbury, MA 

Drouet, Thibaud '13 

Engineering 

Joinville le Pont. France 

Duckworth, Catherine '10 

English 

Perkasie, PA 

Duelfer. Jessica ' 1 1 
Environmental Science 
Allentown, PA 

Duetsch, Sean '12 
Communications 
Marlton, NJ 

Duffy, Lauren ' 1 2 
Mathematics - Ed 
Cheltenham, PA 

Dulsky, Thomas '10 
Elementary Ed 
Mahanoy City, PA 

Duplcr. Brienna '12 
Elementary Education 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Duplcr, Gary ' 1 1 
Religious Studies 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Durst. Kristi '1 1 
Biology - Allied Health 
Harrisburg. PA 

Dwyer, Jonathan ' 10 
Biology- Allied Health 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Dyer, Kyle '13 
Social Work 
West Caldwell. N.I 



Dyson. Alan ' 1 3 
Actuarial Science 
Leola, PA 



Ellis, Julie ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Millersburg. PA 



Dziecichowicz. Maria '1 1 Ellwood, Elizabeth '12 



Biology 
Baltimore, MD 



Eagleson. Abigail ' 1 2 

Music 

Hershey, PA 

Eargle, Bradley ' 1 
Music Education 
Mifflintown, PA 

Earle. Samantha '13 
Health & Occupation 
Columbia. MD 

Eaton. Wyatt ' 1 
Communications 
York, PA 

Ebert. Allyson ' 1 
Sociology-Anthropology 
Lutherville. MD 

Ebsworth, David ' 1 3 

Biology 

Fallston, MD 

Eck, Kristin ' 1 3 
Business Administration 
Mountville. PA 

Eckenroth. Michael '10 
Industrial Engineering 
Management 

Eckert, Mollie '10 
International Business 
Jonestown. PA 

Elban, Michael '10 
Biology 
Westminster. MD 

Elder. Jacqueline ' 1 
I lementary Education 
Centereach, M 

filer. Katarina '10 
Modern Languages 
Akron. PA 



Social Work 
Potomac, MD 

Ellwood. Stephanie '12 
Biology 
Orwigsburg, PA 

Endriss. Kristin '1 2 
Biology - Allied Health 

Engle, Ashley '13 
Political Science 
Newport, PA 

Enwright, Elizabeth '13 
Churchville, PA 

Enyeart. Travis '10 
Biology 

Epps, Brett ' 1 1 
Communications 
Perth Amboy, NJ 

Erdman. Tyler ' 1 2 
Elementary Education 
Herndon, PA 

Ermilio. Mathieu '13 
Political Science 
Willow Grove, PA 

Eshelman, Tyler '13 
History 
Ephrata, PA 

Estabrooks. David ' 1 1 
History 

Evans, Katie ' 1 2 
Elementary Education 
Somcrdale, NJ 

Evans. Lindsev ' I I 
Biology 
Newark. DE 

Evarista. Michael 'I 2 
Business A dminis tration 
Freehold. NJ 

I very, Daniel ' I 3 
Social Studies Ed 
Harleysville, PA 



HM| | Felder, Devon ' 1 2 

I Claymont, DE 

Fagan, Caroline ' 1 3 Felegi. Janelle ' 1 3 

Business Administration Early Childhood Ed. 
Pittsburgh, PA Lancaster, PA 



Faherty, Maura '13 
Mathematics - Ed 
Ewing, NJ 

Faiola, Aaron ' 1 3 
Actuarial Science 
Coventry, RI 



Felty. Dennis '10 
Business Administration 
Schuylkill Haven. PA 

Fenske. Michael '1 1 
Business Administration 
Audubon. PA 



Fairbanks. Christopher '10 Fenton. Daniel '1 1 
Elementary Education Computer Engineering 
Lititz, PA Fairport, NY 



Fairweather. Lauren 
Psychology 
Hillsborough. NJ 

Faison. Quentin '13 
Lewisburg, PA 

Farah. Amber '12 
Music Education 
Palmyra. NJ 

Farmer. Steven ' 1 3 
Engineering 
Lebanon. PA 

Famish. Laura '1 2 
English Education 
Landisville. PA 

Fasold. Linsey ' 1 1 
Accounting 
Sunbury. PA 



Faust. Derek '10 
Environmental Science 
Auburn. PA 



10 Ferrell. Warren '13 
Biochemistry 
Monument. CO 



Festa. Laura ' 1 
Health & Occupation 

Festus. Shaday ' 1 1 
Criminal Justice 
Philadelphia. PA 

Fetterolf. Brett ' 1 3 
Accounting 
Halifax. PA 

Fcttro. Marshal '1 1 
Sociology-Anthropology 

York Springs. PA 

Fichter. Jaclyn ' 1 3 
Elem/Middle Education 
Collegeville. PA 

Fimmano. Jennifer 'I 1 
Communications 
Bensalem. PA 



Favingcr. Devon ' 1 2 Finn. Sierra ' 1 1 
Business Administration Mathematics - Ed 

Montours\ ille. P \ 
Feaglcv. Keira '10 

Communications Finver, Ueza'll 

Huntingdon. I' \ Biolog) - Premedicine 

East Stroudsburg. P \ 



I eakins,Chad'13 
Music 
Milford, PA 

Feizet, Jacquelyn '13 

Health & Occupation 
Pitman. NJ 



Fisher. Kelh 'II 
Business Administration 

Fishman, Danielle 'I 1 
\1umc Education 

Readme. P \ 



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Fitts, Melissa '1 1 
Biology 
Montgomery, NY 

-itzgerald, Kathleen '10 
Biology - Allied Health 
lenmoore. PA 



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Flaherty, Erin '10 
Social Work 

Vloorestown, NJ 

J 

Flanagan. Joseph 1 1 

Business Administration 

Lancaster, PA 

Banagan, Sean '13 
nformation Systems 
Newville, PA 

i 

7 leming. Michael '1 1 
nformation Systems 
swing, NJ 

rletcher, Casey ' 1 3 
Business Administration 
^aytonsville. MD 

dicker, Kelly ' 1 3 
Zarly Childhood Ed. 
Ibpton, PA 

-lorey. Austin ' 1 3 
Business Administration 
Elizabethtown, PA 

"lowers. Erika ' 1 3 
arly Childhood Ed. 
lizabethtown, PA 

Focht, Aaron '13 
Psychology 
Etters, PA 



Ford, Elyse ' 1 
History 
Delran. NJ 

Forstater. Gregory ' 1 3 
Social Work 
Ephrata, PA 

Fortinper. Renee ' 1 
Psychology 

Foss, Christina '12 
Modern Languages 
Wynantskill, NY 

Foster, Julie ' 1 1 
Biology - Allied Health 
Reading. PA 

Foster. Lauren ' 1 2 
Music Therapy 

Fowler, Jeffrey ' 1 1 
Accounting 
Lutherville, MD 

Frace, Kelly '13 
Communications 
Nazareth, PA 

Francis. Earl ' 1 
Communications 
Pottstown, PA 

Frank, Ashley ' 1 
Business Administration 
Harrisburg, PA 



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bgel. Katy '13 
Biology - Premcdicine 
ifflinburg. PA 



Franks. William ' 1 3 
Engineering 
Elkins Park, PA 

Frantz, Brian ' 1 2 
BioTechnology 
Mount Airv, MD 



Frehulfer, Darren '10 
Social Studies Ed 
Weissport, PA 

Freiler. Megan ' 1 I 
International Business 
Pottsville, PA 

Freitag, William '13 
Business Administration 
Bridgeton, NJ 

Fretz. Barbara ' 1 1 
Accounting 
Harrisburg, PA 

Frey, Benjamin '12 
Mathematics - Ed 
Middlcburg, PA 

Frey, Melissa ' 1 1 
Actuarial Science 

Friedly. Jake'10 
History 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Frischkorn, Rebekah '12 
Business Administration 
Mechanicsburg, PA 

Fritchman, Emily '10 
Health & Occupation 
Elizabethtown. PA 

Fritchman. Michael '13 
Accounting 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Fritzges, Eric '13 
Health & Occupation 
Trucksville, PA 

Frutchey, Matthew ' 1 3 
Modern Languages 





M 



pogel, Keith ' 1 1 
Business Administration 
Mifflinburg, PA 

Follwciler. Ryan '1 1 
Business Administration 
Windsor Mill, MD 

Foran. David '10 
Political Science 



Frawley, Bernadette '10 Fuesler. John '1 1 

Business Administration Biology 

Berwyn. PA Garnet Valley. PA 

Freed. Robert ' 1 1 Fujita. Ayumi ' 1 1 

Business Administration Chitose. Japan 
Quakertown. PA 

Fulton. Jacob ' 1 
Freedman. Matthew '12 Accounting 
Business Administration Middletown, PA 
White Plains. NY 

Fulton-Anderson. Zakiya '13 
Communications 
Philadelphia, PA 



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143 



Funk, Hannah '1 1 
Mathematics 
Ephrata, PA 

Funtanilla. Jessica ' 1 2 
Modern Languages 

Furru, Rebecca ' 1 
Social Work 
West Chester, PA 



Gable, Kyle '13 
Engineering 
Emmaus, PA 

Gabriel, Jon * 1 3 
Communications 
Hockessin. DE 

Galanek. Benjamin '12 
Economics 
Trappe, MD 

Galanek, Michael '1 1 
Business Administration 
Trappe, MD 

Galardi, Gina '1 1 
Psychology 

Gallagher, Bradley ' 1 1 
Chemistry 
Lansdale, PA 

Gallagher, Brian "1 1 
Business Administration 
Harrisburg, PA 

Gallant, Janelle '1 1 
Elementary Education 
Bridgewater. CT 

Gamble, Jonathan '10 

English 

Roxbury. ME 

Gantz, Katie ' 1 1 
Business Administration 
Hagerstovvn, MD 

Garlock, Whittney '12 

Social Work 
Three Springs. PA 

Gartman. Ryan '1 2 
Modern Languages 
Camp Hill. PA 



Gaul. Dillon '11 
Communications 
Spring City, PA 

Geduldig, Devon ' 1 3 
Mechanicsburg, PA 

Geduldig, Morgan ' 1 3 
English Education 
Mechanicsburg, PA 

Geesaman, Melinda '13 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Palmyra, PA 

Geibler, Alexis ' 1 3 
Modern Languages 
Folsom, PA 

Geiger. Kara ' 1 
Elementary Education 
Zionsville, PA 

Geiger, Nicole ' 1 1 

English 

North Catasauqua, PA 

Gentile, James '13 
Social Studies Ed 
Gibbstown, NJ 

Georgic. Andrea ' 1 1 
English - Literature 
Butler, PA 

Gerhart, David '1 1 
Communications 
Leesport, PA 

Gerhart, Sara '10 

Accounting 

New Providence, PA 

Gerhart, Thompson '1 1 
English Education 
Reading. PA 

Gerner. Melissa ' 1 2 
Music Therapy 
Coudersport. PA 

Gettel. Cameron '1 1 
Chemistrj 
Rehrersburg, PA 

Ghosh. Sabyasachi '10 

International Business 
Kolkata. India 



Giampietro, Sarah '1: 
Modern Languages 
Glen Mills, PA 

Giardina. Melanie '1 1 
Communications 

Giardinelli, Mary '10 
Business Administration 
Robbinsville, NJ 

Gibble, Tanna ' 1 2 
Music 
Lebanon, PA 

Gibbs, Chadston '10 
Business Administration 
Lancaster, PA 

Gibson, Chelsea '12 
Health & Occupation 

Gingrich, Emily '10 
Social Work 
Harrisburg. PA 

Gingrich. Stephanie '12 

Biology 

Kutztown. PA 

Giunta. Sarah '10 
Elementary Education 
Media, PA 

Gladhill, Britney '11 
Actuarial Science 
Saint Leonard. MD 

Glass, Collin '12 
Engineering 
Macungic. PA 

Glatfeltcr, Daniel ' 1 
Business Administration 
Strasburg. PA 

Godfrey. Jordon ' 1 2 
BioTechnology 
Macungic. PA 

Goetting, Carly '10 

Health & Occupation 
Point Pleasant. NJ 

Goff. Lindsey '10 
International Business 
West Chester. I' \ 



Gold, Alexandra '1 1 
Health & Occupation 
Columbia, PA 

Goldkamp, Timothy '1 1 
Chemistry Education 
Perkasie, PA 

Goldman, Wallace ' 1 1 
Criminal Justice 
Fallston. MD 

Goldsmith, Lindsay '1 1 
Business Administration 
Mountain Lakes, NJ 

Golomb, Laura '10 
Social Work 
Berwick, PA 

Goodman. Katherine '10 
Health & Occupation 
Wilmington, DE 

Gordon. Amrit '12 
Business Administration 
Philadelphia, PA 

Gordon, Andrew '1 1 
Business Administration 
Peach Bottom, PA 

Gordon. Frank '13 
Criminal Justice 
Fannettsburg, PA 

Gorman. Megan ' 1 
Health & Occupation 
Landenberg, PA 

Gorton. Alfred '13 
Political Science 
Hummelstown. PA 

Goslin. Johanna ' 1 3 
West Chester. PA 

Gower. Allison '10 
English 
Boyertown, PA 

Grant. Sarah '12 
Modern Languages 
New l'io\ idence, NJ 

Graybill. Michael '13 
Business Vlmmisiration 
1 ancaster. P \ 



Greco. Richard ' 1 1 
Sociologv-Anthropologv 
Holmdel'. NJ 

Green. Corey ' 1 1 
Chemistry 

Greenawalt. Crystal ' 1 2 

Psychology 

Mount Joy, PA 

Greer. Emily '10 
Business Administration 
New Windsor, MD 

Greider, Jesse ' 1 2 
Business Administration 
Mount Joy. PA 

Grimes. Caitlin '12 
Health & Occupation 
Newark, DE 

Grimm. Kyle '10 
Music Education 
Pottstown. PA 

Grosklos. Kanan ' 1 3 
Music Therapy 
York, PA 

Gross. Dara ' 1 1 
Philosophy 

Lower Gwynedd. PA 

Grouser. Casey ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed. 

Grove. Emily '10 
Theatre 
Harrisburg. PA 

Grube. Laura '1 3 

English 

Sinking Spring. PA 

Gruber. Joanna ' 1 3 
English - Literature 
Holtwood, PA 

Gundrum, Sara '13 
International Business 
Harrisburg. PA 

Gustafson. Kristen '10 
Criminal Justice 
Sayville, NY 



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Student Direc i i >ki 



justafson, Kristin 
6) iocial Work 
.aurcldalc, PA 



Hang, Mingqi '13 Hart, Tara '1 1 

Biochemistry Elementary Education 

Carlisle, PA Marlton, NJ 



Healy, Erin '12 
Elementary Education 
Oreland. PA 



Henricks. Daniel '12 
International Business 
Chester Springs, PA 



justavsen. Christine '10 
Elementary Education 
hamong, NJ 




Jabib. Salman ' 1 3 
international Business 
)haka, Bangladesh 

lackett, Leeann ' 1 1 
rvlusic Therapy 
>Iorthbridgc, MA 

! 

ladinger. Julia '1 1 

s ommunications 
telle Mead, NJ 

Jagerty. Thomas ' 1 1 

Communications 

Enola, PA 
I 

Jain. Kristen "13 
fine Arts - Studio Art 
4iddletown, PA 

kail, Hillary '13 
Political Science 
.oatesville. PA 

Jail, Kristin '10 
Jealth & Occupation 
West Chester. PA 

Talliday, Jacqueline '12 
usiness Administration 
uebanon, NJ 

Hamilton, Benjamin '1 1 
3usincss Administration 
oatesville. PA 



, 



amilton, Lauren '1. 
Criminal Justice 
Bel Air. MD 



Hannegan, Elizabeth '10 
Biology - Allied Health 
Lancaster, PA 

Hannold. Joshua ' 1 3 
Business Administration 
Harrisburg, PA 

Hannon. Ryan 'I 3 
Engineering 
Blackwood, NJ 

Hardy, Sarah ' 1 1 
Health & Occupation 
New Milford, PA 

Hare, Michelle ' 1 2 
Communications 
Harrisburg, PA 

Harnish, Martin '1 1 
Accounting 
Marietta, PA 

Harold, Erika '1 3 
Biology - Allied Health 
Kingsville, MD 

Harris, Alexander '1 1 
Business Administration 
Baltimore, MD 

Harris. Amanda '1 1 
Biology 

Harris, Arielle '13 
Health & Occupation 
East Brunswick, NJ 

Harris, Stephen ' 1 1 
International Business 
Severna Park, MD 

Harris. Suzanne '10 
Elementary Education 
Furlong, PA 



Hartman. Emalee '13 
Health & Occupation 

Hartman. Jeffrey '13 
Accounting 
Stevens, PA 

Hartman, Melanie '13 
BioTechnology 
Bear, DE 

Hartzell. Adam '10 
Business Administration 
Spring City, PA 

Hartzell, Samantha '12 
Biology - Premedicine 
Spring City, PA 

Hassinger, Krystan ' 1 1 
Religious Studies 
Lewistown, PA 

Hatch. Erin ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Phillipsburg. NJ 



Healy. Janelle ' 1 2 
English Education 
Warrington, PA 

Heaps. Anthony '1 1 
Criminal Justice 
Landenbcrg. PA 

Heimbach. Jennifer ' 1 2 
Psychology 
Gilbertsville. PA 

Hein. Shwe ' 1 2 
Industrial Engineering 
Yangon. Burma 

Heisey, Christopher '1 1 
Biology 
Middletown, PA 

Heisler, Katherine ' 1 
English - Literature 
Millersville, MD 

Heller, Abbie ' 1 1 
Political Science 
York, PA 

Haughney, Brady '1 1 

Business Administration Hellman, Stephanie '1 1 

Bcrnville. PA 



Hensberger. Rachel ' 1 
Health & Occupation 
Perry Hall. MD 

Hcnsel. Erin '1 1 
English 
Mechanicsburg, PA 

Herbert. Joshua '10 
Biology 
Middletown. OH 

Herbst. Cole ' 1 1 
Actuarial Science 
York, PA 

Herman, Lauren ' 1 1 
Chemistry 
Mechanicsburg. PA 

Herold. Devon ' 1 3 
Psychology 
Maple Glen. PA 

Herrera. Daniel ' 1 1 
Quito. Ecuador 

Hersom. Kent '12 
Engineering 



Haun. Amy '1 1 
Criminal Justice 
York. PA 

Hawkins. Erika '1 3 

Engineering 

Havre de Grace. MD 



Business Administration Edgecomb. ME 

Helsel. Taylor ' 1 1 Hertsenberg. Jamee ' 1 

Business Administration Elementary Education 
Glen Rock. PA Wilmington. DE 



Hench, Daniel '13 
Business Administration 
Harrisburg, PA 



Hayes, Austin ' 1 Hendel. Emma ' 1 

Business Administration Social Studies Ed 
Elizabethtown. PA Adelphi. MD 



Hayes. Kelsey '12 
Communications 
Hummelstown. PA 



Hamp. Lindy '13 
Elem/Middle Education 
York. PA 

hlanaoka. Drew '12 
Information Systems 
Pittsgrovc, NJ 



Harrity. Bryan ' 1 1 Hayes, Tara ' 1 3 

Business Administration English - Literature 



Warrington. PA 

Hart. Daniel 'I 1 
Engineering 
Downingtown. PA 



Baltimore. MD 



Hendricks. Kristin '12 
Social Work 
Etters. PA 

Hendricks. Mallory ' 1 1 
Modern Languages 

Hendrie. Michael '1 1 
International Business 



Healey. Shaun '10 

Business Administration Chalfont. PA 

Ncshanic Station. NJ 



Hess, Kelly ' 1 3 
East Petersburg. PA 

Hessenauer. Melissa ' 1 2 

Engineering 

Logan Township. NJ 

Hester. Aaron ' 1 1 
Biology - Premedicine 
Harrisburg. PA 

Hester. Michael '10 
Biology - Premedicine 
Harrisburg. PA 

Hewitt. Joseph '1 1 
Actuarial Science 
Pottstown. PA 



Heydt. Ashton 
Bioloav 



1 1 



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145 






Heydt, Molly '12 
History 
Allentown, PA 

Heyduk. Katherine '10 
Philosophy 

Hickcy, Shauna '10 
Social Work 
Norwood. MA 

Hickcy. Thomas '10 
Business Administration 
Ridley Park. PA 

Hiddemen. David ' 1 2 
Music Education 
Duncannon. PA 

Hihn, Sheri'10 
Biology - Allied Health 
Aston, PA 

Hill. Caitlynn '11 
Psychology 
Haddon Heights. NJ 

Hines, Shikirra '10 
Business Administration 
North Plainfield. NJ 

Hitchens. Caitlin '1 1 
Psychology 
Woodlyn, PA 

Hodge. Julia '12 
Actuarial Science 
Royersford, PA 

Hoff. Kelena ' 1 1 
Sociology- Anthropology 
New Oxford. PA 

Hoffer. Rachel ' 1 2 
Psychology 
Lancaster, PA 

Hoffman, Brian '1 1 
Accounting 
Palmyra, PA 

H oilman. Lauren '13 
Communications 
Dover. PA 

Hoffman, Nicholas '1 1 

Psychology 

1 nit/. PA 



Hoffstein, Jacob 
Engineering 
Landenberg, PA 



13 



Hollinger. Jenna '13 
Early Childhood Ed. 

Hollingsworth, Tara '10 
Biology 

Holman, Christopher ' 1 3 

Psychology 

West Chester, PA 

Holsopple, Kate '13 
Music Therapy 
Harrisonburg, VA 

Hooijboer, Jeroen ' 1 3 
First Year Student 
Emmen, Netherlands 

Hook. William ' 1 3 
Business Administration 
Lock Haven, PA 

Hoover, Sierra ' 1 3 
International Business 
Glen Burnie. MD 

Hopkins, Amanda ' 1 1 
BioTechnology 
Milton. DE 

Hopkins. Danielle '10 
Music Therapy 
Franklin. MA 

Hopkins. Susan '13 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Lewes. DE 

Horchler. Joshua ' 1 3 
International Business 
Harrisburg. PA 

Horn. Alexander '13 
Computer Engineering 
Allentown. PA 

Horst. Breann '1 1 
Physics 
Lancaster. PA 

Hosier. Shane ' 1 3 
Criminal Justice 
Stanhope. NJ 



Hostetter. Julia '10 
Health & Occupation 
Abington, PA 

House. Brian '10 
Environmental Science 
Lititz, PA 

Houseal, Joshua '10 
Biology - Premedicine 
Landisville. PA 

Howe. Jordyn '13 
Communications 
Troy. PA 

Howser. Kathryn ' 1 2 
Mathematics 
Annapolis. MD 

Hua, Minhui '13 
International Business 
Dalian. 

Huckle. Kyle'10 
Business Administration 
Ithaca. NY 

Hudzick. Benjamin '13 
Psychology 
Elizabethtown. PA 

Hugg. Samantha '12 

Art 

Collegeville. PA 

Hughes. James '13 
Computer Science 
Albums. PA 

Hughes. Jennifer '13 
International Business 
Lititz. PA 

Hughes. Mitchell '12 
Elementary Education 
Shelton. CT 

Hughes. Natalie 1 2 
Criminal Justice 
Reading. PA 

Hummert. Dean '1 2 
Chemistrj 
Middletown, P \ 

Hunter. Mason '1 1 
\ccounting 



146 



Student Direc i c «o 



-Iurst, Stephen '10 
JioTechnology 
.ebanon, PA 

iluttenstine, Ashley ' 1 2 

Chemistry Education 

4azleton, PA 

I 

lutterli. Emma '13 

Spring City, PA 

! 

Huylebroeck. Katharine '10 

-lealth & Occupation 

3ethlehem, PA 



Jackson, Madeline '13 
Health & Occupation 
Nottingham, MD 

James, Allison '10 
Communications 
Lancaster, PA 

James, Andrea '12 
Elementary Education 

Jamieson. Natalie '1 1 
Political Science 
Ellicott Citv, MD 



iypnarowski. James ' 1 2 Jankowski. Michael '10 
Engineering Health & Occupation 

Wellsboro, PA State College, PA 



Jansen, Lisa '1 1 
Noordwyk. South Africa 




iacono, Michael '10 
Business Administration 
Hockessin, DE 

Jacono, Nick ' 1 1 
Economics 
Hockessin. DE 

iezzi, Timothy ' 1 1 
Engineering 
Reading. PA 

mler, Nikkole '10 
locial Work 
'ottstown, PA 

impellizzeri. Jessica ' 1 2 
Health & Occupation 
Scotch Plains, NJ 

Iqbal, Faisal ' 1 1 
Communications 




Janssen, Christopher ' 1 3 
Computer Engineering 
Southampton, NJ 

Jaraczewski, Pamela ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Reading, PA 

Jaramillo-Cattell. Madrid '1 1 
Business Administration 
Lancaster, PA 

Jarvie, Pauline ' 1 1 
Music Therapy 
Mendon, NY 

Jenkins, Heather '1 1 
English Education 
Pottsville, PA 

Jenkins. Nicole ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed. 

Jensen. Matthew '13 
Business Administration 
Woodbridge, NJ 



Johnson. Benjamin '10 
Mathematics 
Manheim, PA 

Johnson. Erin '1 2 
Environmental Science 
Ocean Township, NJ 

Johnson. Leann '1 1 
Mathematics 
Glen Burnic, MD 

Johnson. Sarah '1 1 
Music Therapy 
New Holland. PA 

Johnson, Zachary '1 1 
Computer Science 

Johnston, Jared '1 1 
Biology 
Pottstown, PA 

Johnstone. Thomas '13 
Social Studies Ed 
Roversford. PA 



Jones. Christopher '10 
Psychology 
Airville. PA 

Jones, Johnna '10 
Criminal Justice 
New Cumberland, PA 

Jones, Jordan '13 
Psychology 
Avondale, PA 



Jones, Matthew 
History 
Great Falls, VA 



10 



Jablonskyj. Roman ' 1 3 Jensen. Natalie ' 1 2 
Business Administration Health & Occupation 
Long Valley, NJ Audubon, NJ 



Jackson, Dylan ' 1 3 
Accounting 
Windsor, PA 

Jackson, Elijah '1 1 
Social Work 
Bronx, NY 



Jesten, Rachel '12 
English - Literature 
Chadds Ford, PA 

Jiang. Dianmin '10 

Accounting 

New Cumberland, PA 



Jones. Megan '13 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Palmyra, PA 

Jones, Meghan ' 1 1 
Psychology 
Vestal, NY 

Jones, Taylor ' 1 
BioTechnology 
Accident, MD 

Jordan. Ashley ' 1 1 
Computer Engineering 
Brookhaven. PA 



Jordan. Ian '13 
Theatre 
Germantown. MD 

Juliano, Stephen '10 
Communications 
Port Jefferson, NY 



Katz, Benjamin "12 
Business Administration 
Wappingers Falls. NY 

Katz. Gregory ' 1 1 
Business Administration 
Voorhees. NJ 



Jury. Ali ' 1 Katzaman. Timothy ' 1 

Business Administration Health & Occupation 
Halifax, PA Wyomissing, PA 



Kauffman, Kathryn '10 
Political Science 
Enhaut. PA 

Kauffman, Stephen '10 
Criminal Justice 
Mount Joy, PA 

Kaufman, Kaitlin '10 
Business Administration 
Harrisburg. PA 

Kearns. Courtney ' 1 
Elementary Education 
Mechanicsburg, PA 

Keenan, Austin '1 1 
Modern Languages 
Manheim. PA 

Keidat, Allison '13 
Health & Occupation 

Keith. Angela '1 1 
English 
Ephrata. PA 

Kelemen. Kate '10 
Business Administration 
Princeton, NJ 

Keller. Kimberly '13 

Music Education 
Lebanon. PA 



Kaier. Clayton ' 1 2 
Psychology 

Kalafsky. Thomas ' 1 3 
Computer Science 
Mechanicsburg, PA 

Kaltreider. Tyler ' 1 3 
Business Administration 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Kamouh, Victoria ' 1 1 
Communications 
Fanwood, NJ 

Kane. Jarred ' 1 3 
History 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Karcha, Elizabeth ' 1 2 
Elementary Education 
Wilmington. DE 

Karoly, Kathryn ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Mertztown, PA 

Kase. Shawn ' 1 1 
Information Systems 
Pottstown, PA 

Kase, Tamara '10 
Elementary Education 
Sinking Spring. PA 

Kaskowitz. Sara '12 
Biology 
Allentown. PA 

Kasun. Kathleen '12 
Elementary Education 
Bel Air. MD 



Kelly. Courtney 
Psychology 
Guilford. CT 



1 



Kelly. James ' 1 3 
Computer Engineering 
Elizabethtown. PA 

Kelly. Julie ' 1 3 
Business Administration 
Orefield. PA 



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Kelly, Kristen ' 1 1 
Actuarial Science 
Bensalem, PA 

Kelly, Kylleen' 10 
Social Work 
Reading, PA 

Kempchinsky, Chelsea '10 
Business Administration 
Freeland, PA 

Kench. Margaret '10 
BioTechnology 
Sellersville, PA 

Kenneally, Gregory ' 1 1 
Accounting 
Lutherville, MD 

Kenneally. Michael '1 1 
Accounting 
Lutherville. MD 

Kennel, Nadine '12 
Psychology 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Kenneweg. Megan ' 1 3 
Fine Arts 
Poolesville. MD 

Kenney, Beth ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Huntingdon Valley, PA 

Kesler, Rebecca ' 1 2 
Modern Languages 
Moore, OK 

Keys, Juliannc ' 1 1 
Elementary Education 
Lancaster, PA 

Kibby. Jocelyn ' 1 
Health & Occupation 
Annapolis, MD 

Kichlinc. Stephanie '10 
Communications 
Gap. PA 

Kiernan, Brian '10 
Accounting 
Garden City. NY 

Kilpeck. Kristen ' 1 I 
International Business 
Richmondvillc. \Y 



Kimura. Ayumi '1 1 
Tokyo, Japan 

Kinney. Allison '12 
BioTechnology 
Greensburg, PA 

Kirchner, David ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Lancaster, PA 

Kistler, Courtney '10 
Elementary Education 
Waynesboro, PA 

Kittle, Sarah ' 1 3 
Psychology 
Palisades, NY 



Klahold, Tiffany ' 1 
Psychology 
Elizabethtown, PA 







KJapper-Lehman, Sarah '1~ 

History 

Lancaster, PA 

Klaski, Julie '12 
English 

Klepper, Alicia '13 
Elem/Middle Ed 
Windsor, PA 

Kiev, Jennifer ' 1 2 
English - Literature 
Chester Springs, PA 

Kline, Kehanna '12 
English - Literature 
Winfield, PA 

Klinger, Joseph ' I 1 
International Business 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Knapp. Jennifer '10 
Psychology 
Downingtown, PA 

Knapp. Sarah '1 2 
BioTechnology 
West Deptford. NJ 

Kneafscy. Thomas ' 1 1 
Political Science 
Havertown. PA 



Knight, Glenn '12 
Communications 
Smethport, PA 

Knight, Sarah '13 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Jacobus, PA 

Knighton, Alyssa ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Gibbstown, NJ 

Knights, Amanda ' 1 2 
Social Work 

Knitter, Emily ' 1 1 
Theatre 
Selinsgrove, PA 

Knoll. Alexander '10 
International Business 
Monrovia. MD 

Kobler, Weston ' 1 3 
Fine Arts 
Bainbridge, PA 

Koehler, Robert ' 1 3 
Communications 
Lansdale, PA 

Koep, Garrett '12 
Engineering 
Madison, NJ 

Kofeldt. Courtney '10 
English Education 
Coatesville, PA 

Kohl. David '12 
Accounting 
Denver, PA 

Roller, Caitlin ' I 1 
Communications 
Limerick, PA 

Koren. Beth ' 1 3 
English Education 
Norristown. PA 

Kosmowsky. Tara ' 1 3 
English Education 
Media. PA 

Kotsakis. Dionisios '13 
Computer Engineering 
Wemersville, PA 



Kovatch, Kyle '13 
Theatre 
Lansdale. PA 

Kowalsky, Amanda ' 1 2 
Psychology 
Levittown, PA 

Koyste, Nikki ' 1 3 
Psychology 
Sinking Spring, PA 

Krajsa. John ' 1 
Business Administration 
- Bus. Info. Systems 
Allentown, PA 

Kramer, Abigail ' 1 1 
Communications 
Harleysville. PA 

Krausse, Donald '13 
Aston, PA 

Kravetz, Kyle '1 1 
Business Administration 
Dushore, PA 

Krayo, Arianna '13 
Biochemistry 
Gettysburg, PA 

Kreis. Katherine ' 1 2 
Business Administration 
Bel Air. MD 

Kreis, Stephanie ' 1 

Psychology 

Bel Air, MD 

Kremer. Rebecca ' 1 3 
English Education 
Lebanon. PA 

Kressler. Katharine ' 1 
Fine Arts 
Yardley. PA 

Krieger, Laura '10 

Chemistry 
Riverside. PA 

Krissinger. l.auryn '1 2 
Elementary Ed 
I ebanon, PA 

Kroeckel, \shlc> '10 

Social Work 

1 asl Brunswick, NJ 



Kropp. Thomas '1 1 
International Business 
Pottstown, PA 

Kufera. Ashley ' 1 3 
English Education 
Jarrettsville, MD 

Kulp, Zachary '1 1 
Biochemistry 
Perkasie, PA 

Kumpf, Emily ' 1 3 
Music Education 
Gilbertsville. PA 

Kuperavage, Brittany '1 
Biology - Premedicine 

Kuppe, Bryan '10 
History 
Pennington. NJ 

Kuserk. Laura ' 1 
Communications 
Harleysville, PA 

Kvinnesland. Greta '1 1 

English 

Center Vallev. PA 



Lacaillade. Kristen '13 
English - Literature 
Asbury. NJ 

Lachance. Stephanie ' 1 3 
Business Administration 
Portland. OR 

LaForge. Colleen ' I 1 
Health & Occupation 
Scotch Plains. NJ 

Lai. Kit '13 
Communications 
Arlington. TX 

Laliberte, Jordan ' 1 3 
Social Studies Ed 
Macungie. P \ 

1 ancellotti. Cristina ' 1 1 
I lementar> Education 
l.itii/. PA 



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Landis. Benjamin '1 1 Laucks. Suzanne 
Business Administration Chemistry 
Talmage, PA Dallastown, PA 



Lcvengood, Peter ' 1 Lipari, Nieole ' 1 2 
Business Administration Social Work 
Pottstown, PA Massapequa. NY 



Landis. Zachary '1 1 
Biochemistry 
Wyomissing. PA 

Landry. Meghan "10 

Political Science 

Cranston, RI 

i 

Lane, Chelsea ' 1 3 

Early Childhood Ed 

Millersville. MD 

Lane, Rachel '13 
Music Education 
jForest Hill. MD 

Lang. Courtney ' 1 
Health & Occupation 

Lang. Mary '10 
Elementary Education 

Pottsville, PA 

i 

LaPalomcnto. Christina '1 1 
Psychology 
Turnersville, NJ 

Laraia, Michelle '13 
Early Childhood Ed 
Newtown, PA 

Large, Rachel ' 1 2 
Elementary Education 
Easton, PA 

Lark, Caitlin '13 
Mathematics - Ed 
Northumberland, PA 

Larsen. Charles ' 1 2 
International Business 
Phoenix. MD 

Larsen. Kirsti ' 1 1 
Business Administration 
Carlisle, PA 

Latimore. Sarah '1 1 
Political Science 

Latshaw, Amanda ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Reading, PA 



Lazzarotti, Amanda '13 Levy, Elizabeth '1 1 Littcll. Daniel '12 

Social Work Criminal Justice Theatre 

Hampton, NJ South Glens Falls. NY Landisville, PA 



LeClair, Ryan ' 1 2 
English - Literature 
Trumbull, CT 

Lee, Kevin ' 1 3 
Accounting 

Lee. Linsey '10 
Accounting 
Wellsboro, PA 

Lehman, Emily '13 
Mathematics 
Dillsburg. PA 

Lehman, William M 3 
Modem Languages 
Annandale, VA 

Leibrand. Katherine ' 1 1 

Art 

Delran, NJ 

Leigh. Rebekah ' 1 1 
English Education 
Elizabethtown. PA 

Leister, Todd ' 1 2 
Business Administration 
Stanhope. NJ 

Leonard, Clyde '1 1 
Business Administration 
Newark, DE 

Leone. Caitlin '13 
Psychology 
Riverton. NJ 

Leota, Aaron TO 
Elementary Ed 
Harrisburg. PA 

Lerch. Alena ' 1 1 
Music Education 
Boyertown, PA 

LeVan, Kelsie'12 

Political Science 
Muncy, PA 



Lewellen, Todd '10 
Information Systems 

Lewis. Ashlyn '1 1 
Biology - Allied Health 
Mount Joy, PA 

Lewis, Elizabeth ' 1 1 

Theatre 

Lititz. PA 

Lewis, Scott ' 1 3 
Engineering 
Enola, PA 

Libic, Maida '10 
Business Administration 
Harrisburg, PA 

Liddle. Adam ' 1 1 
History 
Wilmington, DE 

Liebergall, Alexander ' 1 1 
Business Administration 
Newtown, PA 

Liebman, Andrew ' 1 2 
Psychology 
Willow Grove, PA 

Light. Jaclyn '12 
English Education 
Leesport, PA 

Lina, Kayla '13 
English Education 
Havre de Grace, MD 

Lindner, Julie "10 
Elementary Education 
Abingdon. MD 

Link, Zachary '12 
Modern Languages 
Fleetwood, PA 

Linton. Kendra "1 1 
Communications 
Thornton, PA 



Livingston, Emily ' 1 2 
Biology - Allied Health 
Havertown, PA 

Locke, Ratlin '1 1 
Psychology 
Concord, PA 

Lockwood, Ashley ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Neshanic Station. NJ 

Loeb. Tyler "10 
Political Science 
Lenhartsville, PA 

Loiselle. Melinda '10 
Business Administration 
Kensington, CT 

Long, Rebecca ' 1 2 

English 

West Chester. PA 

Long, Ryan ' 1 1 
Religious Studies 
New Holland. PA 

Longenecker. Emily ' 1 2 
Business Administration 
East Petersburg, PA 

Longobardi. Nina '10 
Social Work 
Norristown. PA 

Lor, Ameeda ' 1 3 
Biology 
Mohnton. PA 

Lord. Kyle ' 1 3 
Biology 
Aston, PA 

Lorenz, Chelsea ' 1 2 
Coal Township. PA 

Lucas. Travis ' 1 1 
Music Education 
Wallingford. PA 



Luff. Callum ' 1 1 
International Business 
Damascus. MD 

Luff. Eric ' 1 

Business Administration 

Lincoln University, PA 

Lukacsy. Melissa ' 1 
Elementary Education 
Mullica Hill. NJ 

Lund, Myles '10 
Political Science 
Berwyn. PA 

Lurz. Kelly '11 
Biology 

Lussier, Michael '1 1 

History 

Cherry Hill. NJ 

Lutz. Tess ' 1 2 
English Education 

Luzik. Kara '1 1 
Communications 
Halifax, PA 

Lynch, Andrea ' 1 1 
Elementary Education 
Scranton, PA 

Lynch. Colin '12 
Accounting 
Bethlehem. PA 

Lynch. Kelly '13 
Health & Occupation 
Phoenixville. PA 

Lynd. Stuart ' 1 
Music Therapy 
Pitman. NJ 

Lyons. Emily '1 1 

Psychology 
CoatesviHe. PA 



MacGray. Molly '13 
Health & Occupation 
Wilmington. DE 

MaeGregor. Katherine '10 
Health & Occupation 
H addon field. NJ 



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Macharsky. Jacalyn ' 1 1 Malik, Kamron ' 1 
Business Administration Information Systems 
Westminster, MD Perkasie, PA 



MacKay, Jana '1 1 
Music 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Mackey, John '10 
English - Literature 
Chamhersburg. PA 

Mackey, Paul ' 1 1 
Political Philosophy 
Chamhersburg, PA 

Macomb, Christopher ' 1 3 

Biology 

Macungie, PA 

Macus, Joseph '10 
Computer Engineering 

Magnolo, Alexandra ' 1 2 
Elementary Education 
Robbinsviile. NJ 

Mains, Ryan ' 1 
Engineering 
Denver, PA 

Maiorella. Jenna '1 1 
Elementary Education 
Rockville Centre, NY 

Maioriello, Nicolle ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed 
Douglassville, PA 

Makara, Kevin ' 1 1 
Social Studies Ed 
Horsham. PA 

Malchorn. Lisa '1 1 
Health & Occupation 
Halifax. PA 

Maley, Christine 'I 3 
Health & Occupation 
Moorcstown, NJ 

Malick, Hunter 'I I 
Business Administration 
Center Valley, PA 

Malik. Jennifer '1 3 
Business \dministration 
(hem Hill, NJ 



Malloy, Thomas '1 1 
Modern Languages 

Malm. Stephen '10 
Business Administration 
Millersville. MD 

Mancc. Kristin '1 1 
Accounting 
Goshen. NY 

Manchak, Jessica ' 1 3 
Lancaster, PA 

Mandia, Melissa '13 
Communications 
Lansdale, PA 

Mannion. Lisa '12 
Psychology 
Mechanicsburg. PA 

Mansour, Shahd ' 1 2 
Industrial Engineering 
Lititz, PA 

Mantz, Andrew ' 1 3 
Business Administration 

Maranga, Eric '13 
Political Science 
Catonsville, MD 

Marani. Alena '13 
First Year Student 

Maratta. Stephanie 'I 1 
Social Work 
Islip, NY 

Marciniak. Ashley '10 
Elementary Education 
Frccland. MD 

Marcolongo. Sarah ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 

Mares. Mollie'13 
Chemist r\ 
Easton, PA 

Mariani, Andrew ' 1 3 
Biology -Allied Health 
Media. I'\ 



Marion. Kyra '12 
International Business 
Exton, PA 

Markow. Allison '12 
International Business 
Mountville, PA 



Masano. Alexa '13 
Communications 
Wyomissing, PA 

Mason, Jessica '13 
Health & Occupation 
Chamhersburg. PA 



Markowicz. Amanda ' 1 Massarotti, Alexis ' 1 
Business Administration Accounting 
Schuylkill Haven. PA Coatesville. PA 



Marks. Stephen 
Psychology 
Mickleton, NJ 



1 Mathews. Brittany ' 1 3 

Early Childhood Ed 
Lincoln Universitv. PA 



Marsico. Shannon ' 1 1 Mathews, Jessica ' 1 
Business Administration Elementary Education 
Elizabethtown, PA Huntingtown. MD 



Marsteller. Rachel '1 1 
Communications 

Martin. Alisha '13 

Biology 

Port Trevorton, PA 

Martin. Allie '12 
Biology - Premcdicinc 
King of Prussia. PA 

Martin. Amanda ' 1 2 
Health & Occupation 

Martin. Juliane '12 
Business Administration 
Manhcim. PA 



Martin. Monica '10 
International Business 
York, PA 

Martin. Renae ' I 2 

Fine Arts 

King of Prussia. PA 

Martin. Shaun ' 1 3 
Engineering 
Chamhersburg, I' \ 

Martinez. Alvaro '1 3 
Business \dministration 
Alicante. Spain 

Marline/. Sammie ' I 

Political Science 

Coal Township. P \ 



Matlack. Anna '13 
Music Therapy 
Newtown Square, PA 

Matthews, Kelly ' 1 2 
Accounting 
Hershey. PA 

Matthews. LeighAnn '1 1 
Elementary Education 
Chesterfield. NJ 

Mattox. Jenna '12 
Elementarv Education 
Philadelphia. PA 

Matz. Andrea '10 
Political Science 
Hazleton. PA 

Mauger. Michael '10 
English - Literature 
Pottstown. PA 

Mauro, Sari '1 1 
I oglish - I iterature 

Olivet. MI 

Max. Ron a '12 
Modern I anguages 

May, Sarah '13 
Environmental Science 
Kennetl Square, P \ 



Maziarz. Stanley '10 
International Business 
Trenton, NJ 

Mazzur. Hayley '1 1 
Economics 
Willow Street. PA 

McCaffrey. Kaitlin ' 10 
Communications 
Schuylkill Haven. PA 

McCarthy. Eleanor '13 
Engineering 
Jefferson. MD 

McCarthy, Erinmarie '12 
Business Administration ; 
Drexel Hill. PA 

McCarthy. Melissa ' 1 3 
Political Science 
Honolulu. HI 

McCarty. Kelli '10 
Elementary Education 
Lancaster. PA 

McClain. Florentina '10 
Communications 
West Chester. PA 

McConnell. Brittam 'Id 
Elementary Education 
Sarasota. FL 

McConnell. Kyle '12 
Business Administration 
Lebanon. PA 

McCooey, Christopher MO 
Religious Studies 
Buffalo, \Y 

\K( ormack, Megan '13 
I lem Middle Education 
Loganton. PA 

McCormick, Kellj '12 
Communications 
Saint Clair, PA 

\K( rary-Md lain, Donte '13 
International Business 
Bethlehem. P\ 



Ma/epmk. Cristina '1 2 

Business Administration Mel achron, Phillip '12 
Baltimore. Ml) Business Administration 

Slatington, I' \ 



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150 



VlcGeary. Amanda 
Political Science 
Sturbridge, MA 



McQuaide, Caitlin ' 1 1 Metz. Bryan ' 1 1 
Modern Languages International Business 

New London Township. PA Hummelstown. PA 



McGonigle, Stephen ' 1 McQuiggan, Rachael ' 1 3 Metz, Evan ' 1 



international Business 
Rrirfax, VA 

VIcGowan. Huntley '12 
Communications 
Malvern, PA 
i 

McGrann, Khouri '1 1 
English 
j Glenside, PA 

McGraw, Michael ' 1 1 
rEnglish - Literature 
![Wallingford, PA 

McGraw, Sean ' 1 3 
Psychology 
Wallingford, PA 

McGuire, Kathleen ' 1 2 
'Health & Occupation 
West Chester, PA 

|McKenney, Morgan ' 1 3 
Biochemistry 
Boothbay Harbor. ME 

McLaughlin, Brittny ' 1 1 

Accounting 

York, PA 

McLelland. Tiffany ' 1 2 
i Biology 
Winter Park, FL 

McMichael, Nicholas '12 
Religious Studies 
New Cumberland, PA 

McMullin. Caroline "1 1 
Business Administration 
Chelmsford. MA 

McNamce, Shannon ' 1 3 
Holland. PA 

McNaughton, Meghan '10 
Political Science 
Harrisburg, PA 

McNicholas, Elissa "12 
Psychology 
Glenolden, PA 



Religious Studies 
Richboro, PA 

Meaney, Craig ' 1 2 

English 

Ellicott City. MD 

Meaney, Julian '13 
First Year Student 

Meaney, William '1 1 
Social Studies Ed 
Toms River, NJ 

Meanix, Erin ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Parkesburg, PA 

Meerbach, Anna '12 
Fine Arts 
York, PA 

Mellinger, Lorin '12 
Elementary Ed 
Akron, PA 

Mellott. Katherine '1 1 
Business Administration 
Boyertown, PA 

Melnick. Jennifer '1 1 
Social Studies Ed 
Oreland, PA 

Mercuri, Alicia '1 1 
Biology - Allied Health 
Pottsville. PA 

Merk, Catherine ' 1 2 
Health & Occupation 
Media, PA 

Merusi. Sarah '10 
Modern Languages 

Montague, NJ 

Metcalf, Autumn ' 1 
Communications 
Catonsville. MD 

Mettler, Travis ' 1 3 
New Cumberland. PA 



Engineering 
Doylestown, PA 

Meyerhoffer, Shelby ' 1 1 
Communications 
Jonestown, PA 

Michel, Elizabeth '1 1 
Biology 
Collegeville, PA 

Mickel. Lauren '13 
Modern Languages 
Shamokin. PA 

Mihovics. Shana '12 
Communications 
Nanuet, NY 

Miller, Aleah ' 1 3 
Biology 
York, PA 

Miller, Alivia '12 
Modern Languages 
Aspers, PA 

Miller, Bridgett ' 1 1 
Modern Languages 
Red Lion, PA 

Miller, Casey '10 
Biology - Premedicine 
Harrisburg, PA 

Miller, Chelsie ' 1 2 
Health & Occupation 
Wells Tannery, PA 

Miller. Christopher ' 1 2 
Accounting 
Lebanon, PA 

Miller. Colby '12 
Biology Education 
Oak Hill, VA 

Miller. Danielle ' 1 2 
Business Administration 
New Oxford. PA 

Miller, Erica ' 1 3 
Mathematics - Ed 








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Miller, Gretchen '13 
Early Childhood Ed 
State College, PA 

Miller, Jamie '12 
Communications 
Malvern, PA 

Miller. Jena '1 1 
Health & Occupation 
Elizabethville, PA 

Miller, Jessica '1 1 
Elementary Education 
Pottstown, PA 

Miller, Jordan '1 1 
Business Administration 
Havertown, PA 

Miller, Laura '1 1 
Psychology 

Miller, Sierra ' 1 2 
Elementary Education 
Sunbury, PA 

Miller. Zaehary '10 

History 

Old Lyme, CT 

Mills, Zaehary '13 
Business Administration 
Miftlintown. PA 

Milowicki, Karen '1 1 
English 
Wilmington. DE 

Minin. Maksim '12 
Actuarial Science 
Lititz. PA 

Minka, Paige '1 1 
Environmental Science 
Avondale, PA 

Minori. C'ristcn ' 1 1 
Elementary Education 
Shamokin Dam. PA 



Mitchell, Lucas '10 
Business Administration 
Lititz, PA 

Mitchell, Ryan '13 
Communications 
Middletown, DE 

Mitchell, Zaehary '12 
International Business 

Mitsch. Justin '10 
Chemistry 
North Hills. PA 

Modge, Julie '1 1 
Elementary Education 
Glenolden, PA 

Mol, Max '11 

Valkenswaard, 

Netherlands 

Momcnzadeh. Katherin '10 
English Education 
Nuangola, PA 

Momenzadeh, Megan '10 
Mathematics - Ed 
Nuangola, PA 

Mommersteeg. Florentine 'I 1 
Blaricum. Netherlands 

Monismith. Emma '10 
Music Therapy 
Harrisburg. PA 

Montemurro, Jeffrey '10 
Health & Occupation 

Montfort, Megan ' 1 1 
Modern Languages 

Moon. Amelia '1 1 
English - Literature 
Mequon, WI 

Moore. Julie '10 
Business Administration 
Baltimore. MD 



Minter. Ezra '12 

Business Administration Moore, Shannon 

Altoona, P \ Psychology 

Gettysburg. P \ 



Mitchell, Chelsea '12 

Social Work 
New I isbon. N.I 



Moose. Kayla '10 
Elementary Education 
Hanover. I' \ 



Morgan, Ashton ' 1 2 
Health & Occupation 
Reading, PA 

Morgan. Erika '1 1 
International Business 
Collegeville, PA 

Morgan. Rebecca '1 1 
Fine Arts 
Salisbury, MD 

Morgan. Samantha '1 1 
Social Studies Ed 
Macungie, PA 

Morin, Amy '13 
Health & Occupation 
Lewiston, ME 

Moritz. Lauren ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed 
Waldwick. NJ 

Morris, Alexis '13 
Communications 
Whiteford, MD 

Morrison. Coty '1 1 
Physics 
Hummelstown, PA 

Mortara. Kathryn '12 
Social Work 
Flemington. NJ 

Mortimer. Amy '1 1 
Psychology 
Woodbury, NJ 

Moseson. Lisa '1 1 
BioTechnology 
Upper Darby. PA 

Motika. Stephen ' 1 2 
Chemistry 
Kutztown, PA 

Mover. Danielle '1 1 
Music Education 
Forest Hill, MD 

Mu. Bingye '10 
International Business 
Doylestown, PA 

Mulcahey, Dustin "l l 

Business \dministration 



Mulcahey, Ryan ' 1 1 Nagle, Christine ' 1 2 
Economics Social Studies Ed 

New Tripoli, PA 
Mullen. Emily '12 

Business Administration Nakagawa, Kenneth '12 
Stroudsburg, PA Criminal Justice 

Lititz. PA 
Mulligan, Patrick '12 

Business Administration Naradko, Holly ' 1 2 
Middletown, PA Health & Occupation 



Mulvaney, Mara '12 
Jenkintown. PA 

Munoz, Ruben '12 
Biology - Premcdicine 
Hyattsville, MD 

Munz, Kevin '13 
International Business 
Haddonfield. NJ 

Murowany, Erin '1 3 
Biology - Allied Health 
Millvil'le. NJ 

Murphy, Duncan '12 
Psychology 
Lansdale, PA 

Murphy. Mallory '1 1 
Business Administration 
Pottsville, PA 

Murphy. Terra '10 
Health & Occupation 
Ashland. PA 

Musyt, Stephanie '1 1 
Health & Occupation 
Annapolis. MD 

Myers. Matthew ' 1 1 
Biochemistry 
Pennsburg. PA 

Myers. Rebecca ' 1 3 
Elem/Middle Education 
Reisterstown. MD 



Nace. Shane '13 
Actuarial Science 

Hanover. P \ 

Nace. Taryn '1 3 

Health & Occupation 
Hellam. PA 



Natividad. Monica '1 1 
Business Administration 

Nebbia. Morgan ' 1 1 
History 
Allentown. NJ 

Neff, Zaehary ' 1 3 
Sunbury, PA 

Neidig. Samantha ' 1 3 
Biology 
Wellsville. PA 

Neiheiser. Derek ' 1 2 
Business Administration 
Wernersville, PA 

Neill. Alyssa '1 1 
BioTechnology 
New Milford. CT 

Nelson, Abigail ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed 
Marietta. PA 

Nelson. Christopher ' 1 3 

Biology 

Chadds Ford. PA 

Nelson. Kristen '1 I 
Biology - Allied Health 
Voorhees, NJ 

Nelson. Michael '10 
Biology 
Voorhees. N.I 

Nelson. Seth 'I 1 
Social Studies Ed 

Marietta. PA 

Neugebauer, Kayne '1 1 

Music Education 
Matamoras, PA 

Neumann, Sara '1 2 

Sociology- Anthropology 



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fevill, Terrcncc '1 1 
Communications 

.roopersburg, PA 

kevitt, Leigh '12 
'Elementary Education 
iddlesex, NJ 



Mewberger, Avery ' 1 3 

Engineering 

unthicum. MD 

I 

fVewman. Michael '12 

History 

Lititz. PA 

Newton, William ' I 2 
Business Administration 
Dauphin. PA 



Ney, 

ffioloi 

Hummelstown, PA 



ey, Patrick '1 1 

Biology 



Nguyen, Hang ' 1 2 

Recounting 

(North Bergen, NJ 

i 

(Nguyen, Quynhnhu '13 

Phvsics Education 

jYork. PA 

i 

Nguyen, Trang '13 
International Business 
JHanoi, 



Nordyke. Katlin '12 
Health & Occupation 
Mt. Airy, MD 

Norman. Sara '10 
History 
Narvon, PA 

Northrop, Peter ' 1 1 
English 
Hatfield, PA 

Northway, Molly ' 1 1 
Health & Occupation 
Cumberland, ME 

Norton, Tyler '12 
Biology 
Pittsgrove, NJ 

Nott, Denise '10 
Elementary Education 
Manchester, MD 

Null, Joshua '1 1 
Political Science 
Mount Joy, PA 

Nutaitis, Loretta ' 1 3 

Biology 

Wilkes Barre, PA 

Nygren. Linnea ' 1 
Elementary Education 
New Hartford. CT 



O'Brien. Kelly '10 
Health & Occupation 
West Chester, PA 

O'Brien, Kristen '1 1 
Health & Occupation 
Westminster, MD 

O'Connell, Michael ' 1 1 
Communications 
Berwvn, PA 



Niedermayer. Jenna '13 Nyman. Lisa '1 1 
Health & Occupation Psychology 
Cinnaminson, NJ South Glastonbury, CT 



Nilcs, Christopher ' 1 2 
'Environmental Science 



-Warrington, PA 
i 

Nilsson, Christer ' 1 3 
(Wilmington. DE 




Obcrg. Allison ' 1 2 
Elementary Education 
Westmont, NJ 



jNiznansky. Kathryn '13 Obcrly. Lindsay '12 
[Early Childhood Ed Biology 
Walkersville, MD Newmanstown. PA 



Noecker. Kristi ' 1 2 
Biology - Allied Health 
Mohrsville. PA 

Noon. Brcnna '10 
Health & Occupation 
Wyomissing, PA 



Obold. Daniel '12 
Political Science 
Birdsboro, PA 

O'Boylc. Allison '12 
English Education 
Frederick, MD 



O'Neill, Ashley '10 
Elementary Education 
Conshohocken, PA 



O'Neill, Craig 
Psychology 
Roslvn, PA 



10 



O'Neill, Maurice 

English 

Elkins Park, PA 



I I 



O'Connell, Thomas '13 
Communications 
West Sayville, NY 

O'Dowd, Spencer ' 1 
Theatre 
Methuen. MA 

Offe, Thomas ' 1 1 
Physics 
Draveil. France 

Ogle, John '10 
Philosophy 
Burnt Hills. NY 

Oh, JeeHee'13 
Business Administration 
Seoul, South Korea 

O'Hanlon, Thomas ' 1 3 
First Year Student 

O'Hara, Sean '13 
Chemistry 
Chadds Ford, PA 

Ohrum, Tristan '1 1 
Political Science 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Okorie, Chinweotuto ' 1 3 
Communications 
Murphy, TX 

Olsavick. Hollynn ' 1 2 
Biology 
Hollidaysburg, PA 

Olsavick. Katelynn ' 1 
Music Education 
Hollidaysburg. PA 

Olson. Melissa '12 
Political Science 
Monroe. CT 



O'Neill, Sean '12 
Business Administration 

Ontiveros. Leigh ' 1 
Music Therapy 

Opdyke. Nicholc '10 
Elementary Education 
Frenchtown. NJ 

Orlando, Jennifer ' 1 3 
Communications 
Springfield, PA 

Orlando, Matthew ' 1 2 
Wyomissing, PA 

Osborn. Brian '1 1 
Business Administration 
Sayre, PA 

Osborne. Brandon ' 1 3 
Engineering 
Baltimore, MD 

Osterhoudt, Amelia '13 
Music Education 
Phoenixville. PA 

Oswald. Christopher '1 1 
Physics 
Philadelphia. PA 

Ott, Lauren ' 1 1 
Health & Occupation 
Lancaster. PA 

Otto, Robert ' 1 3 

Music Therapy 

Mt. Holly Springs. PA 

Ozkanca. Kemal '10 
Business Administration 
Hershev. PA 




Pacella. David '1 1 
Business Administration 
Sinking Spring. PA 

Pagana. Nicole '13 
Health & Occupation 
Montoursville. PA 

Pagano. Elizabeth ' 1 1 
Actuarial Science 
Cherry Hill. NJ 

Page, Nakia ' 1 3 
Criminal Justice 
Philadelphia. PA 

Page. Rebecca ' 1 2 
Elementary Education 
Bristol. PA 

Pagut. Thomas '1 1 
Communications 
Freehold. NJ 

Palm. Lindsay "13 
Early Childhood Ed 
Washington Crossing. PA 

Palmer. Amanda ' 1 
Modern Languages 
Nazareth. PA 

Palmieri, Jeanna '10 
Health & Occupation 
Point Pleasant, NJ 

Pandl. Maxwell ' 1 
Business Administration 
Emmaus. PA 

Pangrazi. Michael '1 1 
Mathematics 
Fleetwood, PA 

Panish. Robert ' 1 
Chemistry 
Norristown. PA 

Pankowicz. Francis '1 1 
BioTechnology 
Oxford. PA 

Pape. Ian '10 
Theatre 
Columbia. PA 

Parady. Bridle ' 1 1 
Communications 
Hamilton. NJ 



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Paranto, Alyssa '1 1 
Health & Occupation 
Thorofare, NJ 

Park, Sunyoung ' 1 3 



Peluso, Heather '1 1 
Biology - Premedicine 
Monkton. MD 

Perko, Karen '12 



Business Administration Health & Occupation 
Kyunggido. Middlesex, NJ 




Parker. Kathryn ' 1 
International Business 
Gibsonia, PA 

Parker. Samantha ' 1 1 
Religious Studies 

Parr. Ellen ' 1 
Biology - Allied Health 
Columbia. MD 

Pasquino. Olivia '13 
Early Childhood Ed 

Patrick. Jill ' 1 2 
Biology 
Pitman. NJ 

Patrick, Michael' 10 

: Computer Engineering 

Bung Of Prussia, PA 

Patterson, Stephanie '1 1 

Mathematics 

Elkins Park, PA 

Patton, Brittany '10 

Elementary Ed - 
Special Education 

Patton. Daniel '12 
Business Administration 
Media. PA 

Patton. Megan '13 
Biology 
Laytonsville. MD 

Paulshock. Brittany ' 1 
i Communications 
Forest Hill. MD 

Paulshock. William '13 
First Year Student 
Kingsville, MD 

Payne. Chelsea '1 3 
I n\ ironmenta) Science 
Pottstown, I' \ 

Pebley, (Catherine '13 

English 



Peropat. Jeremiah '1 1 
Engineering 
Wellsboro, PA 

Perry, Ashley ' 1 3 
Modern Languages 
Havre de Grace. MD 

Perry, Elizabeth ' 1 3 
Biology 
Hanover. PA 

Perry. Katherine ' 1 
Mathematics 
Hockessin, DE 

Peters. Samantha ' 1 3 
Communications 
Lititz. PA 

Petrides. Anna ' 1 2 
Elementary Education 
Stroudsburg. PA 

Pctruccy. Amber ' 1 2 
Elementary Education 
Joppa. MD 

Phan. Ly '13 
International Business 
Hai Phong. Vietnam 

Phillips. Autumn '12 
Environmental Science 
Waynesboro, P \ 

Phillips. Brittain '1 1 
Communications 
Hampstead. MD 

Phillips. Ian '13 
Early Childhood Ed 
Middletown, DE 

Phillips. Samantha '1 1 

English 

Mount Laurel. NJ 

Piaskowski, Brenda '1 1 

Health & Occupation 



Piccio. Christine '13 
Biology 
Harrisburg, PA 

Piersol. Allison '1 1 
Business Administration 
Elverson, PA 

Pietsch. Carissa '13 
Music Therapy 
Royersford. PA 

Pinckney. Megan ' 1 1 
Business Administratis 
Sharon. CT 

Pipkin. Madison '13 
Elem/Middle Education 
Landisville. PA 

Pizzuto. Jacqueline '10 
Business Administratis 
Biglerville. PA 

Plantz. Austin '1 1 
Actuarial Science 
Mechanicsburg. PA 

Plasket. Michael ' 1 1 
English 
Womelsdorf. PA 

Plunkett. Samantha '1 1 
Mathematics 
Stewartstown, PA 

Poppe. Alexander ' 1 2 
Business Administratioi 
Downingtown, PA 

Porcaro. Alexa ' 1 2 
Earlj Childhood Ed 
Shoemakersville. PA 

Porter. Rebecca ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Phoenixville. P \ 

Post. Sean ' 1 2 
\ccounting 
Branchville, NJ 

Potter. Joanne 'I I 
Elementary Education 

Poulle. Sarah ' 1 2 
Accounting 

Wilmington. DE 



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'owell, Stephen '1 1 
\ccounting 
.Vhitehall, PA 

'rager. Maxwell ' 1 1 
business Administration 
m. Laurel. NJ 

'reston, Melissa '10 
Elementary Education 

j^lount Jov. PA 

[ 

'reston. Michelle '13 

I'sychology 

Vest Chester, PA 

'reston, Tiffany '12 
Elementary Education 
vlercerville, NJ 

'retti. Amanda '1 1 
Elementary Ed - 
Early Childhood 
Everett, MA 

'rice, Katherine ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed 
Elizabethtown. PA 




Quan, Linn '1 3 
International Business 
Hanoi, 

Quarant, Megan 1 1 
Elementary Education 
North Babylon, NY 

Quick, Edward '10 
Business Administration 

Quigley, Brett '10 
Business Administration 
Harrisburg, PA 

Quinque, Geoffrey ' 1 1 
Biochemistry 
Green Lane. PA 



Rasmussen, Kate '1 1 
Health & Occupation 
Princeton. NJ 

Raudensky. Emily ' 1 2 
Biology - Allied Health 
Cleona. PA 

Raymond. Caitlin ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed 
Chadds Ford, PA 



Reintjes. Michael ' 
Communications 
Mission Hills. KS 



Richard. Joanna '1 
Mathematics - Ed 
Bovertown. PA 



Reis, Logan ' 1 1 Richards. Janna '13 

Business Administration Early Childhood Ed 
Burnham, PA Lancaster, PA 

Renzi, Joseph ' 1 2 Richards. Rebekah ' 1 3 

Business Administration Biology 
Abington, PA Chambersburg. PA 




Raffensperger. Andrea ' 1 2 
Health & Occupation 
Mechanicsburg. PA 



'rice, Laura ' 1 3 Ramage, Megan ' 1 

Elem/Middle Education Health & Occupation 
Jugarloaf, PA Hockessin, DE 



'rice, Samantha '10 
lealth & Occupation 

'rince. Barbara ' 1 1 
Sociology-Anthropology 
Jeaford, NY 

'rovence. Daniel ' 1 
English Education 
Jrookhaven, PA 

'rowell, Ashley '1 1 
nternational Business 
vlt. Wolf. PA 

'sitos, Kristina '10 
Elementary Education 
iVallingford, PA 

'ugliese, Luciano '1 1 
Business Administration 
Elizabethtown, PA 

J uzzo. John ' 1 2 
Business Administration 
won, CT 



Ramos, Christopher ' 1 1 
Computer Engineering 
Lake Hiawatha, NJ 



Ramos. TaLisa 
Social Work 
Reading, PA 



1 1 



Reade, Matthew ' 1 2 Reppucci. Charles ' 1 1 
Business Administration Music Education 
North Yarmouth, ME Augusta, ME 

Reagan, Hannah ' 1 3 Ressler, Kelsey ' 1 3 
Business Administration Accounting 
Telford, PA Haddonfield. NJ 



Richmond. Dana ' 1 2 
Health & Occupation 
Bridge water, NJ 

Ricker. Abbie '1 1 
Theatre 
Carlisle. PA 



Reardon. Alexandra 
Communications 
Chadds Ford. PA 

Rcddinger. Sherri ' 1 
Social Work 
Hummelstown, PA 

Redles, Samantha ' 1 2 
Fine Arts 
Coopersburg, PA 

Redmond. Nora '13 
Health & Occupation 
Willow Grove. PA 



• 1 2 Rexrode. Elicia ' 1 3 Ricketts. Elizabeth ' 1 3 

Elem/Middle Education Political Philosophy- 
Lebanon, PA Harpers Ferry. WV 



Reynard, Stephanie ' 1 1 

Psychology 

Clear Spring, MD 

Reynolds, Adam '10 
Elementary Education 
Lancaster, PA 

Reynolds, Erin '10 
Biology - Allied Health 
Harrisburg, PA 



Reed. Caitlin ' 1 Rhoads, Alex ' 1 1 

Business Administration Social Studies Ed 
Ephrata, PA Shoemakersville. PA 



Ranck. Cortney ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed 
Watsontown, PA 

Randazzo. Laura ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed 
Greenwich, NJ 

Rank. Jennifer '13 
Health & Occupation 
Furlong, PA 

Rapp. Samantha '10 
Business Administration 
Gilbertsville. PA 

Rashid, Muhammad '12 

Biology 

New Oxford. PA 



Reeder. Alysia ' 1 3 
Biology - Allied Health 
Somerdale, NJ 

Reese, Adam ' 1 1 
Mathematics - Ed 
Glenolden, PA 

Reichard. Jordan '12 
Actuarial Science 
York. PA 

Reiehert. Eric '12 
International Business 
Hershey. PA 

Reinhold. Alex ' 1 3 

Accounting 
Elizabethtown. PA 



Rhoads. Eric ' 1 
Elementary Education 
Manheim, PA 

Rhoads. Heather ' 1 1 



Ridge. Jordan '1 1 
International Business 
Downingtown. PA 

Riehl. Joshua '13 
First Year Student 
Gap. PA 

Righter, Jeffrey ' 1 2 
Business Administration 
Lititz. PA 

Riley. Jonathon ' 1 2 
International Business 
Millville. NJ 

Riley, Lindsay '10 
Communications 

Rimbey. Matthew ' 1 2 
BioTeehnology 



Business Administration Hazle Township. PA 

Rhoads, Rachel ' 1 Risley. Alicia ' 1 

Business Administration Modern Languages 
Carlisle. PA 



Rice. Matthew " 1 2 
Engineering 
Bendersville. PA 

Rice. Michael '1 1 
International Business 
Elizabethtown. PA 



Risser. Bradley '13 
Engineering 
Leola. PA 

Ritch. Julia ' 1 3 
Biology 
Salisbury. MD 



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Ritchey, Amanda ' 1 1 Roesler, Kaitlyn ' 1 1 
Business Administration Music Therapy 
Greencastle, PA North Potomac, MD 



Ritchey, Brendan '1 1 
Actuarial Science 
Roaring Spring, PA 

Ritter, Kathleen ' 1 3 

Music 

Hanover, PA 

Ritter, Kathryn ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Philipsburg, PA 

Rixham, Craig *10 
Information Systems 
Bel Air, MD 

Robbins, Laura ' 1 2 
Theatre 
Muncy. PA 

Roberts, Jessica ' 1 1 
Theatre 

Roberts, Kristin '10 
Elementary Ed 
York, PA 

Robertson. Heather '1 1 
Social Work 
Chatham. NJ 

Robinson. Keller '13 
Theatre 

Robinson. Monica '1 1 

English 

York, PA 

Robison, Gabriel '1 1 
Social Studies Ed 
Stewartstown, PA 

Roderick. Katelyn ' 1 I 
Elementary Education 
Lititz. PA 

Rodriguez. Christina '12 
Business Administration 
Voorhees, N.I 

Roe. Austin '1 3 
Music Education 
Bellport. \Y 



Romanik, Cara '10 
Social Work 
Honesdale. PA 

Rommel, Kaitlin ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Baltimore, MD 

Rose. Rebecca ' 1 1 
Elementary Education 
Fort Washington, PA 

Rosscll Martinez. Fcrran '1 1 
Barcelona. Spain 

Rosser, Hayley ' 1 2 
Business Administration 
Wilmington, DE 

Rosser. Timothy ' 1 2 
Business Administration 
Wilmington, DE 

Rossi, Lauren '10 
Health & Occupation 
Aston, PA 

Rotenberger, Luke ' 1 3 
Computer Science 
Quakertown, PA 

Roush, Kayla '13 
English Education 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Roussel, Stephen '10 
Business Administration 
Shillington. PA 

Ruby. Kathryn "12 
Elementary Education 

Washington, NJ 

Rufo, Whitney '13 

Communications 
Fclton. PA 

Rummel. Nicole 'I 3 
Biochemistry 

Wilmington. DE 

Ruoff. Melissa 'I 1 

Business Administration 
Washington Crossing. I' \ 



Rush. Nicole ' 1 1 
Political Science 

Rushton, Emma '12 
Health & Occupation 
Shrewsbury. PA 

Russell, Caitlin ' 1 
International Business 

Russell, Jessica '10 
Business Administration 
Kennett Square, PA 

Rutecki, John '12 
Accounting 
Broomall, PA 

Ruth, Matthew '13 
Business Administration 
York, PA 

Ruzzo, Michael '10 
Accounting 
Swarthmore, PA 

Ryan, Dorothy '1 1 
Social Studies Ed 
Blue Bell, PA 



Sabota. Margaret '10 
Music Education 
Bridgeton. NJ 

Saint-Pol. Daniel' 13 
Perkasie, PA 

Salazar. Megan ' 1 
Health & Occupation 
Willow Grove. PA 

Salgado. Aaron '13 
Business Administration 

Salisbury. Hope 'I 1 
Communications 
Mill Hall. PA 

Sallada. Cody ' 1 3 
Philosophy 

Lehighton. P \ 

Sallade, Katie" 1 1 
1 1 i story 
Harrisburg, I' \ 



Salvers. Matthew ' 1 
English - Literature 
Chicora. PA 

Samartino. Shelby ' 1 3 
Communications 
Gibbstown, NJ 

San, Khin Aye ' 1 3 

Biochemistry 

Yangon, 

Sanchez. Dario ' 1 1 
International Business 
Elizabethtown. PA 

Sangrey. Alisha ' 1 
Accounting 
Mount Joy, PA 

Santee. Katelyn ' 1 1 
Music Therapy 
Whitehall, PA 

Sauerzopf. Kelly ' 1 2 
Communications 
Bethlehem. PA 

Saul, Rachel' 12 
Theatre 
Warminster. PA 

Sauls. Andrew '12 
Computer Science 
Lehighton. PA 

Saunders. Shakir '1 1 
Philosophy 
Bethesda. MD 

Savage, Christina ' 1 3 
Business Administration 
St. Leonard. MD 

Savitz, Cassandra ' 1 2 
Health & Occupation 
Titusville. PA 

Savoy, Katelyn ' 1 1) 
Biologj 

Putney. VT 

Scannapieeo. Jayci ' 1 2 
I lemcntan Education 
York, PA 

Scantleburj . Kyra ' 1 2 
Elementary 1 ducation 

1 anding. VI 



Scaparro, Jessica '13 
Psychology 
Seaford, NY 

Schaaf, Brian ' 1 1 
Business Administration 
West Chester, PA 

Schaefer, Julia '1 1 
Music Education 
Westminster. MD 

Schaeffer. Keenan ' 1 
Information Systems 
York, PA 

Schafer, David '12 
Modern Languages 
Belle Mead, NJ 

Schafran. Ryan '13 
Environmental Science 
Swainton, NJ 

Scheid. Andrew ' 1 2 
Accounting 
Lititz. PA 

Scheurich. Kaitlin '12 
Communications 
Lancaster, PA 

Schiefer. Jennifer '10 
Biology - Allied Health 
Warrington. PA 

Schimpf. Ah son '1 2 
Elementary Education 

Schlosser. Samuel ' 1 
Religious Studies 
Elizabethtown. PA 

Schmidt. David '10 
Engineering 
Forest Hill, MD 

Schmidt. Marc '10 
Accounting 
Allentown. PA 

Schmidt. Zachery '13 
Biochemistrj 

Ocean View . DE 

Schmoyer, Cod) '1 3 

Environmental Science 



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chnarrs, Erika ' 1 2 
sychology 
lairs Mills, PA 

chncidcr. Samantha '10 
t'sychology 
Jorsham, PA 

chnoor, Stephen ' 1 2 
iiology - Premedicine 
;4echanicsburg. PA 

choek, Jessica ' 1 3 
ocial Work 
hermans Dale, PA 

choffstall, Derek '13 
\ccounting 

Halifax, PA 

i 

Ichoonmaker, Jennifer '10 
biology 
'hambersburg, PA 

■chowe. Heather ' 1 1 
•ine Arts 
'Vilmington, DE 

jichroyer, Brittany ' 1 3 
early Childhood Ed 
|rbrk, PA 

Ichueler, Rebecca ' 1 3 
i£arly Childhood Ed 
Middlesex. NJ 

ichultz, Jared ' 1 3 
English 
Baltimore, MD 

Bchultze, Danielle '12 
IJiology 
Westminster, MD 

ichulze. Amy ' 1 3 
English - Literature 
Bethlehem, PA 

jichuster, Caroline ' 1 3 
[Early Childhood Ed 
I'ottsville, PA 

>chwarc, Kelsey '10 
Social Studies Ed 
^ewmanstown, PA 

Rhwartz, Kay la '13 

rriminal Justice 



Schwetz, Jonathan '10 

Engineering 

New Holland, PA 



Serino, Stephen ' 1 Shea, Elizabeth ' 1 

Business Administration Music Therapy 
Easton, PA Amherst, NY 



Shive, Derek '12 

Psychology 
Columbia. PA 



Scott, Erin ' 1 Service, Paige ' 1 

Business Administration Biology 

West Chester, PA Mount Joy, PA 



Seaman, Nicholas ' 1 3 
Engineering 
Hazleton, PA 

Sebastian, Julie '12 
Communications 
Broomall, PA 

Sedlak, Amanda '10 
Health & Occupation 
Flemington, NJ 



Sedney, Claire 

English 

Forest Hill. MD 



12 



Seeley, Matthew ' 1 3 
International Business 
Harleysville, PA 

Sefcik, Meredith ' 1 1 
Elementary Education 
Dickson City, PA 

Seldner, Elliot '10 
English - Literature 
Wallingford, CT 

Selleck, Lauren ' 1 1 
Business Administration 
Sewickley, PA 

Sementelli, Sara '10 
Social Studies Ed 
Lancaster, PA 

Senese. Christopher ' 1 
Business Administration 
Leonardtown, MD 

Senkler, Daniel ' 1 1 
Business Administration 
Orlando. FL 

Sepp, Carolyn ' 1 3 
Music Education 
Hollidaysburg. PA 

Sereikis. Kimberly '13 
Early Childhood Ed 
Aston. PA 



Sestito, Annette ' 1 1 
Sociology-Anthropology 
Thorofare, NJ 

Setlock, Caitlin ' 1 3 
Business Administration 
Saint Clair, PA 

Settle, Mary ' 1 3 
Psychology 
Philadelphia, PA 

Seymour, Kelly '1 1 
Engineering 
Kingsville. MD 

Shaiken, Katharine '12 
English - Literature 
Storrs Mansfield, CT 

Shambach, Alexander ' 1 2 
Business Administration 
New Berlin, PA 

Shanely, Derek '10 
Accounting 

Shank, Amanda '12 
Music Education 
York, PA 

Shank. Ashley ' 1 3 
Accounting 
Lancaster, PA 

Shank, Taryn ' 1 2 
Mathematics 
Hagerstown. MD 

Sharp. Deron '10 
History 
Millvilie. NJ 

Sharpe. Elisabeth '12 
Health & Occupation 
Egg Harbor Township. NJ 

Shatto. Sarah '10 
Biology 
Shiremanstown. PA 



Shea. Patrick ' 1 2 
Business Administration 
Chadds Ford. PA 

Shearer, Ethan ' 1 3 
Sociology-Anthropology 

Shedlock, Gregory ' 1 2 
BioTechnology 
Lilly, PA 

Sheehan, Joseph " 1 1 
BioTechnology 
Runncmede, NJ 

Sheehan. Sean '12 
Engineering 
Phoenix, MD 

Shecley, Keelyan ' 1 3 
Chemistry 
Stroudsburg, PA 

Shell, Samantha '13 
Psychology 

Shenk, Leah '10 
International Business 
New Park. PA 

Sheppard. Christina '10 
Elementary Education 
Millvilie. NJ 

Sherick. Morganrae ' 1 3 
Communications 
Manheim, PA 

Sherick, Stephanie '10 
Health & Occupation 
Manheim, PA 

Sheridan, Colin '13 
First Year Student 
Acme. PA 

Sherman. Bethany ' 1 1 
Modern Languages 

Shields. Michael '1 1 
Sociology-Anthropology 
Schwenksville, PA 

Shimokaze. Erika ' 1 1 
Sapporo. Japan 



Short, Alexander '13 
Imperial, MO 

Shoup. Katlin '1 1 
Elementary Education 
Shohola, PA 

Shovlin. Lauren '10 
Social Studies Ed 
Sunbury, PA 

Shuck. Megan ' 1 3 
Business Administration 
Montgomery, PA 

Shughart. Nathan '1 1 
Music Education 
Barnesville. PA 

Shuleski, Steven '10 
Mathematics - Ed 
Boiling Springs. PA 

Shumway, Kayla '10 
Psychology 
Franklin, MA 

Shute, Joseph ' 1 2 
International Business 
Doylestown, PA 

Sibley, Samantha '1 1 
International Business 
Kimberton, PA 

Sides. Andrew ' 1 1 
Computer Science 
Lebanon. PA 

Sieber. Liesl ' 1 2 
Biology 
Lancaster. PA 

Silver. Daniel ' 1 2 
Biology 
Bethlehem. PA 

Simms. Benjamin '13 
Social Studies Ed 

Simonsen. Scott '1 3 
Engineering 
Marlton. NJ 



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Simpson, Jennifer 
Political Science 
Martinsburg, WV 

Sinha, Ayusa ' 1 1 
Biochemistry 
Chalfont, PA 



Smith, Nathan '1 1 Sommers, Ryan '13 

Sociology-Anthropology Early Childhood Ed 
Wrightsville. PA Mount Joy, PA 



Smith, Rachael '13 
Early Childhood Ed 
Beavertown, PA 



Soto, Karen ' 1 1 
Accounting 
Forest Grove, OR 



Squires. Kyle ' 1 2 
BioTechnology 
Pasadena. MD 

St. Pierre. Nicole ' 1 2 

English 

Towson, MD 



Steinmetz, Sarah '13 
Psychology 
Baltimore. MD 

Steinsberger. Julia '10 
Music Therapv 
Waldorf, MD ' 



Sinn, Bethany ' 1 2 
Social Work 
Plymouth, MA 

Sisbarro. Ryan ' 1 2 
Biology - Premedicine 
Lititz, PA 

Slade, Katelyn ' 1 3 
Criminal Justice 
Westminster. MD 

Slifko. Heather '12 
Health & Occupation 
Hamilton, NJ 

Smedman, Kevin '10 

Social Work 

Fort Montgomery, NY 

Smetzer, Bryce ' 1 3 
Biology 
Reisterstown. MD 

Smith, Amy '10 
International Business 
Miller Place. NY 

Smith. Caitlin' 10 
Biologv - Allied Health 
Haddonfield, NJ 

Smith, Chelsea '10 
Psychology 
Sunbury. PA 

Smith, Kelly '13 
Music Education 
Milford, PA 

Smith. Kevin '10 
Communications 
Shiremanstown. PA 

Smith. Kortni '1 1 
Elementary Education 
Hanover. PA 

Smith. Lisa '13 
Fine Arts 
Milford. PA 



Smith, Ryan '13 
Biology 
Harrisburg. PA 



Sousa. Guilherme ' 1 3 Staab. Kcllic ' 1 
Business Administration Health & Occupation 
Monte Santo de Minas. Brazil Marble, PA 



Stepanchick, Jordan ' 1 3 
Criminal Justice 
Lancaster, PA 



Smith, Sarah ' 1 1 
Business Administration 
Effort, PA 

Smith, Stephanie ' 1 2 
English Education 
Roslyn, PA 

Snyder. Jillian '10 
Health & Occupation 
Northumberland, PA 

Snyder, Kaitlyn ' 1 1 
Biology - Premedicine 
Catawissa, PA 

Snyder, Kayla ' 1 
Health & Occupation 
Harrisburg, PA 

Sodomin, Elizabeth '10 
BioTechnology 
Telford. PA 

Soisson. Nicole ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
South Plainfield, NJ 

Solesky. Kara ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Parkville, MD 

Solorzano. Douglas '13 
Actuarial Science 
Newtown. PA 

Soltis. Ashley ' 1 
Physics 



Soltys. Erinn " I 3 
Music 
Schuylkill Haven, 



PA 



Sommers. Brittani '1 2 
Health & Occupation 
Mount Joy, PA 



Sowers, Brittany ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed 

Spackman, Christopher '1 3 
Criminal Justice 
Harrisburg, PA 

Spadin, Gavin '10 
Physics 
Poolesville, MD 

Spandra. Kelly ' 1 3 
Accounting 
Hummelstown, PA 

Spano, Maria '10 
Computer Science 
Ruffs Dale, PA 

Speary, Katlyn '13 
Psychology 
Dallastown. PA 

Speicher. Keri ' 1 

Psychology 

North Bellmore. NY 

Speiden, Russell "12 
Engineering 
Brookeville, MD 

Spelfogel, David ' 1 1 
Sociology-Anthropology 
Needham. MA 

Spetgang. David "10 
Business Administration 
Doylestown, PA 

Spitzer. Leighanne '10 
Elementary Education 
Falls Village. CT 

Sprague. Amanda ' 1 2 
Elementary Education 
Hamilton. NJ 



Stadel. Ryan '13 
Mathematics - Ed 
Landisville. PA 

Stamper. Benjamin ' 1 3 
Sharon, MA 

Stango. Aimee '1 1 
Psychology 
Westminster, MA 

Stannert. Brant '12 
Computer Science 
Enola. PA 

Starkey. Elizabeth ' 1 1 
Computer Engineering 
Westminster. MD 

Starsinic. Lucas '12 
Criminal Justice 
Harrisburg, PA 

StautTer. Adam ' 1 
History 
Manheim. PA 

Staulters. Keith '10 
Communications 
Ballston Spa. NY 

Steber. Megan ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Allentown. PA 

Stefanides. Nicholas '10 

History 

Easton. PA 

Steffy. Elizabeth '10 

Elementary Education 
Millington. MD 

Sterner. Michael '10 
Business Administration 
Grcensburg. I' \ 



Stepp. Timothy '10 
Computer Engineering 

Stern, Alexandra ' 1 2 
English - Literature 
Rio de Janeiro, 

Stevenson. Joshua ' 1 3 
Music Therapy 
Hanover. PA 

Stine, Lauren ' 1 3 
International Business 
Spring Grove, PA 

Stitt. Andrew '12 
Psychology 
Easton. PA 

Stobbe. Michael "13 
Business Administration 
Hainesport. NJ 

Stockdale. John '13 
Lititz. PA 

Stoczko. Rebecca ' 1 3 
English Education 
Riegelsville. PA 

Stolar. Brandon '10 
International Business 
Millville. NJ 

Stoner. Sarah ' 1 3 
Cochranville. PA 

Stoops. Ashle> ' 1 2 
Elementary Education 
East Prospect. PA 

Storey. Eric ' 1 3 
Criminal Justice 
Somerdale. NJ 

Strigle. Jessica ' 1 3 

Accounting 
State College. I' \ 



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trode, Bryan ' 1 3 
iology 
/enonah. NJ 

erohecker, Sarah ' 1 1 
hemistry 
'>enver, PA 

trohman, Megan '1 1 

ocial Work 

ebanon. PA 

I 

trollo, Samantha '13 

lealth & Occupation 

.ston, PA 

tromoski. Maggie '1 1 
lodern Languages 

I 
i 

trulson, Julie '12 
felogy - Allied Health 

ardlev, PA 

i 

Ml, Katharine ' 1 3 
lealth & Occupation 

turm, Melanie '1 1 
liology 
Villiamsport, PA 

uarez, Kimberly ' 1 3 
Sodern Languages 
heading. PA 

julat, Rachel ' 1 2 
'erkasie. PA 

ullivan, Rachel ' 1 1 
lealth & Occupation 
lollidaysburg, PA 

ummers, Cassandra ' 1 2 
ylusic Therapy 
Jallstead, PA 

■ummers, Lindsey '12 
Leligious Studies 
inthicum. MD 

lummerson, Doug ' 1 
actuarial Science 
fork, PA 

■utton. Sarah ' 1 1 
'sychology 
«few Egypt, NJ 

(wank, Jessica ' 1 2 
iocial Studies Ed 
Vhitc Hall. MD 



Swarr, Emily '10 
Elementary Education 
Manheim. PA 



Sweeney, Michael 'I 
English - Literature 
Belcamp, MD 

Sweger, Christina ' 
Elementary Ed - 
Special Education 
Harrisburg, PA 

Swigert, Kelly '11 
Psychology 
Mount Holly Spring 

Szybist, Janie '12 
Communications 
Ellicott City. MD 







Taylor. Laurel ' 1 2 
Health & Occupation 
Honey Brook. PA 

Teal. Jeffrey '13 
Information Systems 
York. PA 



Tagle. Dillon ' 1 3 
Biology 
Ringoes, NJ 

Takenaka, Akina ' 1 1 
Kanagawa, Japan 

Talley. Krystal ' 1 2 
Psychology 
Waldorf. MD 

Tamny. Montana '1 '. 
Social Work 
Red Lion. PA 

Tanner, Paige ' 1 
Communications 
Waynesboro, PA 

Tarence, Jessica ' 1 3 
Biology 
Mountain Top, PA 



1 Tedesco, Matthew ' 1 3 
Lincoln University, PA 

Tellis, John ' 1 1 
Biochemistry 
Pottstown, PA 

,s. PA Thim. Lauren '1 1 

Elementary Education 
Pottstown, PA 

Thompson, Adam ' 1 3 
^h Psychology 

Millerstown, PA 

Thompson. Michael '12 
Actuarial Science 
Merrick, NY 

Thompson, Nicholas '13 
1 Business Administration 
Wallingford, PA 

Thorn, Rachael ' 1 2 

Art 

Lancaster, PA 

Thornton. Candice '10 
Business Administration 
Port Deposit. MD 

Thornton. Paige '12 
Business Administration 
Port Deposit, MD 

Thorp, Alyson ' 1 3 
Early Childhood Ed 
Ocean City, NJ 



Taughinbaugh. Chayneta '13 Thurmond. Jaime '13 
Modern Languages Biology 

Dover, PA Coatesville. PA 

Taylor. Caitlin ' 1 1 Tileston. David ' 1 

Business Administration Information Systems 
Parkesburg, PA York. PA 



Taylor. Gina ' 1 1 
Social Work 
Wilkes Barre. PA 



Timmer. Kayla ' 1 3 
International Business 
Muskegon. MI 







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Timney. Meghann '1 
Modern Languages 
Middletown, DE 



Tretter, Sierra ' 1 3 
Music Education 
Schuylkill Haven, PA 



Turkovich, Rachel '12 VanDenHengel. Megan "10 Wade. Karissa '13 



Tjaden, Christopher ' 1 2 Triner, Nicole ' 1 2 
Communications Psychology 

Wilmington, DE Churchville, PA 



Tobin, Karen '1 1 
Accounting 
Reading, PA 

Toby, Corey ' 1 1 
Social Work 
Norwalk. CT 



Troutman. Kent '10 
English - Literature 
Lebanon, PA 

Troutman. Maggie '12 
Elementary Education 
Liverpool, PA 



Toczylowski. Ashley '10 Trovato, Beth '1 1 
Business Administration Accounting 
Dupont, PA Manheim, PA 



Health & Occupation 
Valencia, PA 

Turpin. Melissa '10 
International Business 
Millsboro, DE 

Twigg. Shannon '10 
Social Work 
Audubon. NJ 



Elementary Education 
Mechanicsburg, PA 



First Year Student 
New Philadelphia. PA 



Vanderpool, Andrew "1 1 Wadell. Dylan '1 1 
Engineering Social Studies Ed 

Monroeton. PA Parkside. PA 

VanderWerfT, Nathaniel ' 1 3 Waetke. Jessica ' 1 1 
Business Administration Elementary Education 
West Chester, PA Edgewater Park, NJ 



Tyrie, Sean ' 1 VanGulick, Elizabeth ' 1 3 

Business Administration Early Childhood Ed 
Kingsville, MD North Wales, PA 



Wagener. Matthew '10 
Communications 
Lancaster. PA 



Tyson. Amanda '12 
Elementary Education 
East Earl, PA 



Vanhoy. Michael ' 1 3 Wagenseller. Nicholas '10 
Business Administration Philosophy 
Stevensville, MD Westport. CT 



Toland, Benjamin '1 1 
Elementary Education 
Mount Carmel, PA 

Tompkins, Kerri ' 1 1 
Psychology 
Sewell, NJ 

Tooley, Meghan '10 
Criminal Justice 
Bedford Hills, NY 

Torre, Michael '10 
Biology 
Medford. NJ 

Torres. Vicente ' 1 3 
Psychology 

Torresani, Matthew '1C 
Social Studies Ed 
Horsham, PA 

Town. Amanda '10 
History 
Downingtown. PA 

Town. Maureen '1 2 
Criminal Justice 
Downingtown. PA 

Tracey. Amanda ' 1 2 
Social Work 
Hanover. I' \ 

1 ravers, Brooke '10 
Social Studies Ld 



Truax, Elaina ' 1 3 
Necdmore, PA 

Trudeau, Joseph ' 1 
Environmental Science 
Midlothian. VA 

Tschop. Daniel ' 1 3 
Music Education 
Dingmans Ferry, PA 

Tschop, Michael ' 1 
Music Therapy 
Dingmans Ferry, PA 

Tuck. Porter '1 1 
Business Administration 
West Windsor. NJ 

Tucker. Elizabeth ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Glen Bumie. MD 

Tucker. Henry ' 1 2 
Social Work 
New Castle. DE 

Tugglc. April '1 I 
History 
Tancytown. MD 

Tun, Min '13 
International Business 
Yangon, Burma 

Turc/ynski. Natasha '1 
Biology - \lhed Health 
Reading. PA 



Ullrich. Taylor '13 
Business Administration 
Downingtown, PA 

Ulrich, Emily "1 2 
Health & Occupation 
Baltimore. MD 

Umbcrger. Janis ' 1 2 
Early Childhood Ed 
Hamburg, PA 

Unangst. Molly '13 
Business Administration 
Lansdale. PA 

Utzinger. Robert ' 1 3 
Business Administration 
Ironia, NJ 



Vajdic. Caitlin '1 2 
Fine Arts 
Palmyra. PA 

VanClief, Kellj '13 

Health & Occupation 
Saco. ME 

VanBuskirk, Elizabeth 'I 
Health & ( Occupation 
Pottstown, P \ 



Varner. Kathryn ' 1 1 
Psychology 
Bushkill. PA 

Velenger. Christa ' 1 3 
Health & Occupation 
Hamilton. NJ 

Viguers. Lauren ' I 2 
Accounting 
Elliottsburg. PA 

Vinagro. Matthew ' 1 
Business Administration 
Fredericksburg. VA 

Vinciguerra. Elizabeth '12 
Business Administration 
Alburtis. PA 

Vogel. Emily '1 3 
Engineering 
Temple. PA 

Vogel. Mark '1 1 
Mathematics - Ed 
Landisville. P \ 

Vukancic. Danijel '10 
International Business 
Mechanicsburg, P \ 



Wachtel, Brooke '13 
International Business 
Martinsburg, v\ \ 



Walck. Kelsey '13 
First Year Student 

Waldman. Rachael '13 
Health & Occupation 
Belmar. NJ 

Waldron. Allison '10 
Communications 
York Springs. PA 

Waliduzzaman, KhandakarM 1 
Business Administration 
Dhaka. Bangladesh 

Walker. Andrew 1(1 
Elementary Education 
Emmaus. PA 

Walker. Brok '10 
Accounting 
Red Lion. PA 

Wall. Kelt) '10 
Psychology 

Washington. P \ 

Wallis, Rristen '12 
Elementary Education 
Merrimack. NH 

Walmer, \lexandra '1 1 
I lementary I ducation 
Hershey, PA 

Walmer, Megan '10 

Business \dmmistration 
Mverstown. I' \ 



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Valsh, Kaitlyn'l 1 
inglish - Literature 
iedford. NH 

Valters, Brandon ' 1 3 
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Eoatesville, PA 

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Bel Air, MD 

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Biochemistry 

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Theatre 
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Norristown, PA 

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Pine Brook, NJ 

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Business Administration 
Cherry Hill, NJ 

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Business Administration 
Saint Clair, PA 

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Joppa, MD 

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Elementary Education 
Deptford. NJ 

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History 
Manchester Ctr., VT 

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Fine Arts 
Mount Joy, PA 



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Elementary Ed 
West Chester. PA 



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International Business 
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Health & Occupation 
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Carlisle, PA 

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Fine Arts 

York Springs, PA 

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Engineering 
Macungie, PA 

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Biology 

Hanover Township, PA 

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Theatre 



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Biology 

Aurora, OH 

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Psychology 
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Biology 
Havertown, PA 

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Business Administration 
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English 
Tremont. PA 

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Elementary Education 
Elkridge, MD 

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Psychology 

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Political Science 
York. PA 

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Psychology 
Telford. PA 

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Chambersburg. PA 

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Fleetwood. PA 

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Frackville, PA 

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Mechanicsburg, PA 

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Pottstown. PA 

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Philadelphia. PA 

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announcemen 



Francisco Bertossi 




Querido Fran: 

En este momento importante de tu vida quermos 
felicitarte y desearte todo lo mejor a lo largo de tu 
camino. Para eso usaremos las mismas palabras 
de inmensa alegrfa que expresaste cuando en 
tu nihez, visitaste este maravilloso parque en 
Dinamarca. Entonces te decimos: Fran, sentimos 
que, "nuestros ojos llegan al cielo de felicidad" 
cuando vemos que con todos tus esfuerzos 
llegaste a una de tus metas, y no importa que 
elecciones te brinde la vida, recuerda, nosotras 
siempre estaremos a tu lado, seremos tu soporte 
para alentarte. 

Felicitaciones, we love you very much. 
Dios te bendiga siempre. 
Mami, Giorgi, and baby Giova. 



Ojala que siempre conseves alegria 
y energia como en tu ninez. 

We hope you will always have the 
happiness you had as a child. 





Dear Frank, 

At this important time of your life we want to congratulate 
you and wish you the best along your road. To do that 
we will use the same words of immense happiness that 
von expressed when you visited this marvelous park in 
Denmark as a child. So we say to you Frank: We feel that 
"our eyes will arrive at the skv of happiness" when we 
see that with all your determination you arrived at one oi 
your goals, and no matter what path life leads you down, 
remember, we will always be there to support you and 
cheer vou on. 






Congratulations, te queremos muchisimo. 
God bless you alwaj s. 
Ma, t liorgi, and baby Giova 






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Ryan, 

You have faced some very difficult times in your life and 
you always fought back. You were never a quitter. We 
never quite imagined this far ahead. We were caught up 
in the excitement of your little world where there were 
always happy and fun times, and cherished everything 
that went along with you being a little boy and yes even 
those sad tough times. It's still hard for us to comprehend 
how we got from that little boy to a fine young man. 
Here is good! 

You are a strong and determined person. We know 
that whatever you do with the rest of your life will be 
as great as your first 22 years. Always remember where 
you came from and the values you grew up with. Believe 
in yourself, as we do, and nothing will be beyond your 
reach. Never forget we are proud of you . 
We love you and will always be there for you . You will 
be our little dinkster forever. 

Love always, 
Mom & Dad 



Ryan Barrett 





Kaitlin Bonnar 



Dear Katie, 

Well, you finally made it - Congratulations 
on a job well done! You have accomplished 
so much and yet you are only beginning to 
scratch the surface. We are so proud of you! 
Best of luck in your future endeavors. 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 




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Matthew Currie 



Matt Currie 



~\Ve're so jrroud of you! 




Our Cove, Mom, "Dad and JamiCy 






Aimee DiMichele 



Aimee, 

I am so proud of your many accom- 
plishments in the past four years! 

Always have the courage to believe 
in yourself and follow your dreams! 



Love, 

Mom 




On Endings... 

There will always be ending, 

Bittersioeet endings, 

Filled with treasured memories of days gone by. 

But with all endings come new beginnings. 

New beginnings filled with more laughter, more tears, 

More courage, more fears 

More love, more caring, 

More hope, more despairing. 

Nezv beginnings filled with new adventures, new friendships, new experiences. 

Yet, the past will always be a part of our lives which we will often recall. 

Sometimes with fondness, sometimes with regret. 

But always with knowledge of internal growth. 

The time has come for yet another ending 

Let this ending be your new beginning. 

May each day your life touches be filled with everlasting faith. 

Surround yourself with it. 

For if you have the courage to believe in yourself. 

You will be resilient to whatever life has in store for you. 

You will be able to endure anything and succeed. 

I ven the pain of bittersweet endings. 

CDM2-7-2010 



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Erin Floherh 




Dear Erin, 

Congratulations on preparing yourself for a 
bright future. May your life be filled with all 
the love and happiness that you deserve, and 
may all your dreams come true!! 

"You are our sunshine!" 

Love you always, 
Mom, Dad, & Katie 
xoxo 



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Laura Kuserk 












Lo: 

What we love about you: 






You can execute a perfect lateral - Dad 
You show great book club potential - Mom 
We are finally twins - Claire 
Field-trip Fridays - Gavin 








Which only goes to show, you are: 








Talented, 
Intelligent, 
Pretty, 
Adventurous. 








Love and congratulations on all your 
accomplishments! 


*mbw 











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Christopher McCooey 



Christopher - 

When we look at you and the amazing man you are, we know that this milestone in your life is 
just one more of many yet to come. We are so blessed because you have brought so much joy 
and pride into our lives. You are a giving, loving, supportive, caring, compassionate man, son, 
brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend. All who are touched by you are better for having 
had the experience and we know no matter where your life path takes you, you will make a posi- 
tive difference. 



With much love - always, 

Momma & Katie 

And all those who love you! 




We must become the change we want to see in the world! 

Gandhi 



Michael Nelson 



Dear Mikey, 

My wish, for you, is that this life becomes all that you want it to, 

Your dreams stay big, and your worries stay small, 

You never need to carry more than you can hold, 

And while you're out there getting where you're getting to, 

1 hope you know somebody loves you, and wants the same things too. 



We love you! 



Mom, Dad, Kristen and Danielle 



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Ryan Allord 



Dear Ryan, 

You've grown up to become an amazing 
young woman. You're king, thoughtful, and 
empathetic, while at the same time, ambi- 
tious, focused, and hard working. We respect 
the way you live your life; achieving your 
goals while also finding time to help others 
and enjoy the simple things. We couldn't be 
prouder. May you live the life you've always 
imagined. 



Love, 

Mom, Dad, 
Rowdy & Taylor 




Lauren Canzanese 



Dear Lauren, 

From the day you were born, 
j you have brought so much joy 
| into our lives. Your determina- 
J tion, your sense of humor and 

your loyalty to those around 
; you, make us so proud of you. 

I As you leave Elizabethtown, 

i with so many wonderful 

! friends and memories, we pray 





that you continue to find true 
joy, happiness and love in all 
you do and in all vou meet. 

We can't wait to see what the 
future holds... We love you! 

Mom, Dad and Andrew 

***And if you get the chance, 
to sit it out or dance... 
I HOPE YOU DANCE*** 



Allison Andrew. 



Dear Allison, 



It seems like only yesterday that you were taking 
your first steps and now you are taking one of 
your biggest steps, graduating from college. We 
are very proud and overwhelmed with joy and 
happiness with what you have accomplished and 
in the wonderful young woman you have be- 
come. You have been blessed with wonderful gifts 
and talents to share with others. Always keep 
your warm, beautiful smile and life will smile 
back at you. Ahead of you is a bright and exciting 
and successful future! 

Congratulations!!! 



All Our Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Jeffrey 



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Katalina Deaven 



Dear Katalina, 



We hope your dreams take you beyond your 
expectations to the highest of your hopes, and 
to a new world of opportunities. We wish 
you the best, and our love and our hearts will 
always be with you. You have been a ray of 
sunshine in our lives. 

Congratulations! 



Love, 

Mom, Dad, 
& Carolina 




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Mollie Eckert 



It's hard to believe you are 
ready to take another huge 
step in your life. It seems like 
just yesterday that you were 
a little girl playing with your 
dolls and toys and now you 
have grown into a beautiful 
young woman ready to gradu- 
ate from college. 



I could not wish for a more beautiful and loving 
daughter. You have come through some difficult 
times but God was always there for you and he 
will be to guide you along the way. You have the 
potential to do great things and suceed in whatever 
you do. May your future be filled with peace and 

happiness and may all 
your dreams come true. 
Remember and cherish the 
many friends you made. 

Love, 

Mom 




Joke Fulton 



We made it, Daddy! 
Thank you for 
working so hard but 
always putting me 
first! 

I love you, 
Zoe 





PS Grammie, Papa, Aunt 
fori, Aunt fena, Uncle Trov, 
Bryce, and Addv are very 
proud of you and love you, 
too! 



Derek Foust 



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Lindsey Goff 



Lindsey, 






At 3, you may have looked back, just once. 
Sine then you have always looked to the future 
while enjoying the present. Your future is here, 
Lindsey. We are proud of you and the path you 
have taken to get to this place in your life. 

Congratulations on the past and the present. 
Here's to love, hap- 
piness, and success 
in the future. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




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Kyle Grimm 





Kyle, four 

years ago college was only a dream, 
now four years later you have built 
a sound foundation for your future. 
We know you will be a bril- 
liant music teacher. 

With love and peace 
Madre and Padre. 



"MUSIC 
DOESN'T LIE. 
IF THERE 
IS SOME- 
THING TO BE 





CHANGED IN THIS WORLD, THEN 
IT CAN ONLY HAPPEN THROUGH 
MUSIC." 
-Jimi Hendrix 



Stephen Juliano 




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>f you! We love you. 


Mom, Dad, & Victoria 





Thomas Hickey, Jr. 



It was '87 when you first made your mark. 
We were proud parents, happy as a lark. 

We watched you grow from the palm of our hand. 
Sports, music, and education and into a man. 

You reached another milestone, your college 

degree. 

Use it wiseley. BE ALL YOU CAN BE. 



We are so proud of you! 
Love and Congratulations! 
Mom, Dad and Lauren 




Timothy Katzaman 



Keep aiming for your dreams. Your 
future adventures are just beginning. We 
are behind you wherever they take you. 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 




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173 



Brian Kiernan 



Dear Brian, 

Congratulations on your graduation! We are so 
proud of your accomplishments as a student and an 
athlete. We've enjoyed every minute of watching E- 
town baseball. May success and happiness follow 
you as you begin the next chapter of your life. 

Love always, 

Mom, Dad, Kelly, and Kathleen 




Julie Lindner 



Julie, 

Even as a youngster, you 
were hitting the books. 

We are very proud of 
you and wish you all the 

best! 

Congratulations! 

Love always, 
Mom, Dad, Chris, Re- 
becca & Marilyn 



"We hope you never lose your sense of wonder. 

You get your fill to eat but always keep that hunger. 

We hope you never fear those mountains in the 

distance. 

Never settle for the path of least resistance. 

And when you get the choice to sit out or dance, 

We hope you dam e 

-Lee Ann Womack 




Courtney Lan 



"Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. 

Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. 

Just walk beside me and be my friend." 

-Albert Camus 




Your graduation is a time for celebrating 'you.' 

Congratulations, we love you! 

Mom, Dad, & Ken 



Melissa Lukacs* 




Dear Melissa, 

You have reached for 
the stars and have been 
successful throughout 
your college years. Your 
commitment, compas- 
sion and zest for even- 
thing you do in life has 

made you into the beautiful voung woman we lo\ e 

and cherish today. 



We are so proud 
ot you and vour 
accomplishments, 
and wish vou great 
success as you 
begin your career 
as an educator. 

I ove \h\.i\ v 
Mom, Dad, Allison 
and Brian 




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Joseph Macus 



' Congratulations Joe! 

We are so proud of your many accomplishments! 
We wish you all the best that life has to offer. 



Love, 
Mom & Dad 




Flori McClain 




"What lies behind us 
and what lies before 
us are tiny matters 
compared to what lies 
within us" 
~ Ralph Waldo 
Emerson 

Dear Flori, 

When we look at you, 

we see a beautiful young woman with a strong 

determination to meet the challenges ahead, 

to be a good friend, sister, daughter. You need 

look no further than within yourself to find the 

keys to the world. As we watch you graduate, 

our hearts will be bursting with pride, with 

love, with all that is good. Congratulations 

Flor! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



Stanley Moziorz 



Dear Stosh, 

So many changes in your life over the past 22 
years. The one thing that remains the same is 
your contagious smile! 

We are so proud of you and all that you have ac- 
complished. 



Enjoy the journey 
and keep smiling! 

We love you al- 
ways, 

Mom, Dad, Jared, 
and Andrew 




Brittany McConnell 



Brittany, 

You are the best! We 
are so proud of you. 
We know that your dili- 
gence, creativity and 
love of children will 
take vou far in your 
field. 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 




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175 



Michael Patrick 



Dear Mike, 

Your mom and dad want you to know 
How proud we are of you, 
You gave your all with everything 
You've ever tried to do. 

And through the years we watched you grow 

Without a doubt we see, 

A fine example of a man 

You sure turned out to 

be. 

Congratulations Son 
We Love You, 
Mom, Dad, Jasper, Jojo 
and Cody 




Craia Rixham 



Congratulations Craig! 

We are extremely proud of 
you, of what you have ac- 
complished and of the man 
you have become. The road 
ahead will be full of life's 
challenges, but we know you 
will meet them with the same 
determination and strength 
of character that have always 
been your hallmarks. 

Love always, 

Mom, Dad, and Owen 



Make no little plans; they have no magic to stir men's 
blood. Make big plans, aim high in hope and work. 

- Daniel H. Burnham 

Always do right. This will gratify some people, ami 
astonish the rest. 

- Mark I wain 




Joseph Rettura 



The trail you blaze is your life and the secret now 
you see, 

Lies within your heart & soul and can set your 
spirit free. 

We are so proud of the little boy you were and the 
man you are. You followed the path less travelled 
and set your magnificent spirit free. 



We love you! 

Mom, Dad, Alyse, Travis and 

Memphis 




Caitlin Russell 



Caitlin, 



Your accomplishments throughout college have 
been remarkable. You have succeeded beyond vour 
own expectations. Your kind and loving ways have 
touched many. The lacrosse games and tailgates, 
winter and spring break trips, jazz band concerts, 
campus activities, award ceremonies and the abroad 
trips to Ecuador and Spain have been awesome and 
enjoyed by all of us. May 
your amazing journey 
continue to soar as you 
pursue your dreams and 
ambitions. We wish you 
Success and God's Bless- 
ings. 

Love, 

All oi Youi Family 




Si mokAwoi m i mi sis 



176 



Jessica Russell 



Dear Jessica, 

Our gift to you is much more 
than a college education and 
new car. Hopefully, it is a fam- 
ily tradition of values (from 
both the Herrings and Rus- 
sells) that you will continue, 
and pass along to others. 
We're proud of your accom- 
plishments - academics, intern- 
ship, and NCAA tennis tournaments - and wish 
you the best of everything! 



Love always, 

Mom, Dad, and Kaitlyn 





Try not to become a man (wom- 
an) of success, but a man (wom- 
an) of value. 
-Albert Einstein 



Maraaret Sabota 




Dear Maggie, 

May your days be filled with music. 

May your path be paved with song. 

May the sounds of forever lift you up 

and keep you strong. 
May your heart resound with laughter. 

May your life be tuned for praise. 

May the hymns of faith bring you hope. 

May the rhythms of your life bring you joy. 

May the harmony of friendship bring you love. 

We're so proud of you! 

- Joseph M. Martin 

Mom, Dad, Luke & Mom Mom 



Jennifer Schoonmake. 




Amanda Sedlak 



Congratulations to you, Amanda. 

You have worked so very hard and deserve 
this achievement. We are so proud of you and 
"nothing compares to you." As you start your 
next path in life, know that you will succeed 
in all you do! 

Love, 

Dad, Mom and Dana 



"Go confidently in the 

direction of your dreams. 

Live the life you have 

imagined." 

-Henrv David Thoreau 




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177 



Elliot Seldnei 



Conceive the ideal and pursue it! 
Love Dad and Judy 




Coitlin Smith 



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Dear Caitlin, 

Congratulations. We're very proud of you and it's 
been wonderful watching you grow into a beautiful 
and talented leader. We're 
sure your future will even 
exceed your great accom- 
plishments over the past four 
years. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Annette Sestito 







Congratulations, Annette! 



There is a good reason they call these ceremo- 
nies commencement exercises. Graduation 
is not the end; it's the beginning. We are so 
proud of the young woman 
that you have become and 
all of your accomplishments 
Remember.. .the tassel was 
worth the hassle! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad and Anthonv 




Kevin Smith 



Dearest Kevin, 



Where have your college years gone? It seems like 
just yesterday, you were leaving home for your first 
year of college, and we were coming to visit you dur- 
ing Homecoming. We can remember during your 
freshman year orientation, how one of the professors 
told the parents to let your student spread his wings 
and not to smother him with weekly phone calls and 
emails. You have definitely learned to spread your 
wings during your four years 
at Elizabethtown College. 
You have grown into a \ en 
responsible and motivated 
young adult. Your future is 
exremelv bright and prom- 
ising! We are enormouslv 
proud of you! 

With love, 
Mom and Dad 




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Timothy Stepp 




Tim, 

Primary to your accomplishments is the con- 
tinued belief in yourself. Our hope is that you 
find the path that suits your dreams and beliefs. 
Congratulations, we love you very much. 
Mom, Dad, and Drew 

"Don't aim for success if you want it; just do 
what you love and believe in, and it will come 
naturally." -David Frost 



Shannon Twi< 




Congratulations Shannon! 

It seems like just yesterday you were playing in the 
park and flying kites. Somewhere along the way, 
you grew up into a beautiful, intelligent woman. 
You are everything we could have hoped for in a 
daughter and granddaughter and just in case we 
haven't told you often enough. ..We love you and 
we are so proud of you! Wherever life takes you, 
remember that we will always 
— ^w: 1 be here for vou. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Mom Mom 





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Dear Meghan, 

We are very proud of all your 

hard work and all you have 

accomplished. 

Your future success has no 

limits, and we will always be 

with you wherever 

life's journey takes you. 



Love, Mom, Katelyn, Frasier, 
Maddie Lyn, Crystal, and Opal Rose 

"Congratulations! 
Today is your day. 
You're off to Great Places! 
You're off and 
away!... 

...And will you suc- 
ceed? 

Yes! You will, in- 
deed!..." 
- Dr. Seuss 




Edna Zhou 



Dear Edna, 



Wow, what a journey you have just completed! 
You still have a long journey ahead of you, but 
"with your head full of brains, wherever you fly, 
you'll be the best of the best!" We will always be 
with you wherever you go. Bon Voyage! (Yi Lu 
Ping An!) 

Love always, 

Mom, Dad, and Rebecca 




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Lauren Canzanese 



Dear Lauren, 

I have always been so proud 
of you through the years, and 
especially now as you celebrate 
your Graduation Day! Congrat- 
ulations. ..the best is still ahead 
of you! 

Love, Grandmom 




Darline Doty 




Dear Darline, 

Congratulations on getting 
through this step on the path of 
life. May the next step bring you 
lots of success and happiness. 

We are so proud of you. 

Much love always, 

Mom, Dad, Melissa and Andrea 



Jackie Cou 



In Kindergarten, you sang "Practice Makes Perfect" and 
you proved this to be true during your S enior Voice 
Recital at E-town. Music has always 
been your love and through it you have 
brought joy to so many! 

Congratulations Jackie! We wish you 
the best with your musical career! 
We love you! 
Mom & Dad 




EmiIy - UEfi 


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From the time you were born, 






you've always shown your 
individuality and your caring 
nature. We always knew your 
hard work would bring you 
success in your life. Congratu- 
lations - we are so proud of you! 


^:'J^ 




Love, 

Mom, Dad, Adam, and Megan 







Michael Hestet 



Michael, 

When you long for life without difficulties, 
remind yourself that oak trees grow strong 
in contrary winds and diamonds are made 
under pressure. 

Congratulations on your achievement. We 
are so proud of you. May God bless you 
and strengthen you for life's trials. 

I ove, 

Mom, Dad, and Aaron 





Joshua Houseal 



Josh, 



We have enjoyed watching you grow and 
develop confidence from vour college experi- 
ences. We are proud of your accomplishments 
and the opportunities that you have taken 
advantage of during vour four \ car-, at Eliza- 
be thtown. 

We u ish you much happiness and success in 
all of vour future endeavors. 

1 ove, 

Mom. Pad. Zach. and Brett 



Allison James 






Congratulations Allison! 
you. Keep sharing that b 
believe in yourself - we ( 


We are very proud of 

eautitul smile! Always 
o! 

1 ove, 

Mom, Dad, 1 indsay, 
Megan. 1 ddie ^nd 
Nellie 









Dear \lu hael, 



Michael Jankowski 



We are so verj proud ol you. 
You have grown into an amaz- 
ing young man, and you will 
be a wonderful O.T.! 

I ove, 

Mom and Dad 




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ISO 



Laura Krieger 



Congratulations, Laura! We are 
so proud of you! As you now 
enter the "real world," remem- 
ber that we love you and are 
here for you. Keep smiling! 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 




Melissa Preston 




Congratulations Melissa! 

We are so proud of you and 
your many accomplishments! 
We wish you all the best that 
life has to offer! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Grandma, Tom, 

Ray, & Douglas 



Melinda Loiselle 



Congratulations Melinda! We are so 

proud of you! We wish you all the best 

in your life ahead. 

Love, 
Dad, Mom, Dave and Jackie 



Lindsay Rile* 



Congratulations on your climb 
through college. It does seem like 
you moved mountains to get where 
you are. You are a record holder, a soloist, a captain, a successful 
student, a beautiful and strong person who thinks for yourself. 
You persevered and have become a stronger person. "There's al- 
ways gonna be another mountain, 
always gonna want to make it 
move..." Whatever is waiting 
on the other side we know you 
will face it with strength and 
determination. 

We love you and will always be 

behind you. 

Mom, Dad, Sarah, and Patrick 




Lauren Rossi 



We are so proud of you! We 
wish you all the best life has 
to offer and we will always be 
there to support you and cheer 
you on. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Kayla, Pop-Pop & 

Grandmom 




Christopher Senese 




Christopher, 

We are so proud of you. 
Congratulations on your gradu- 
ation— 

the best of life is still to come for 
you. 

All our love, 

Mom, Dad, Gary, Meadow & 

Cracker 



Jen Schiefe, 




You are an amazing daughter and a 
wonderful sister. We are so proud of you! 
Thank vou for the joy and laughter you 
have brought into our lives. May God 
bless you as you continue vour life jour- 
ney and may vour future always be filled 
with success and happiness. We love you 
very much. 

Always, 

Mom, Dad & Chris 



Leah Shenk 



Congratulations Leah! 

You have worked so hard and 
accomplished so much to get to 
where you are today. We are so 
proud of you, continue to fol- 
low your dreams. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Jacob and Jordan 




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Steven Shuleski 



From your first day of 

school until your last 

- we've always been 

proud! 




Jonette Williams 




Congratulations Janette! 

We are so proud of all your accom- 
plishments! 

You loved school from the first day of 
preschool. Now you will help others 
love it, too. Good luck in your teach- 
ing career. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, & Dan 





You have grown up to be 
such a wonderful young 
woman! We love you and 
wish you a lifetime of happi- 
ness. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Matthew 



He has achieved success 
who has lived well, laughed I 
often and loved much." - 
Bessie Anderson Stanley 

Dearest Rachel, 



Rachel Witkovslv 



You have been our source of joy since the tirsl day you entered this world. 
Always remember we love you no matter what! 



Follow your dreams and give God the glory! You 
are an amazing, gifted, and talented young woman 
and you can do whatever you believe you can do! 
Go out there and make a difference! 

Love always, 
Mama and Dadd\ 




&AM0l 





2010 




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On behalf of the Conestogan Year- 
book, our editorial board would like 
to congratulate the entire Class of 
2010. Good Luck in all your future 

endeavors. 




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The Conestogan Yearbook, volume 88, was produced by a selecr tew of Elizabethtown College students. Taylor 
Publishing in Dallas, Texas printed the publication, which was overseen by plant account executive Robert Porter. 
Elizabethtown College's local representative, Ed Patrick, Jr. offered assistance in production stages, financial matters, and 
contributed ample advice. Also from Taylor Publishing, Creative Artist Seana Litt aided in the hands-on aspects of the 
book. Individual student portraits, in addition to avast majority of candids, were taken by Herff Jones Photography, Inc., 
which was represented by account executive Mark Huff. One high-end Canon EOS Rebel XTi was used tor the campus 
life and club group shots, with all photographs being printed in the CMYK tormat. This year's cover was designed by 
the Conestogan staff, with support given by Stephen Williams from Taylor Publishing. The 2010 edition was produced 
using two Dell Optiplex 755 machines running Microsoft Windows XP and Adobe Creative Suite }. In the Creative 
Suite, InDesign and Photoshop were used tor layout design and image manipulation, respectively. Fonts that were applied 
throughout the book included, but were not limited to: Maximo, Birch, Alfonso, Bauhaus, Athena, Rinna, Import, and 
Palatino Linotype 



Editorial Board 

JenniterN. Fimmano, Editor-in-Chui 

Kevin J. Smith, Assistant Editor 

Leann M. Johnson, Sports Editor 

Laura Rohbins, Assistant Sports Editor 

Whitney Ruto, Events Editor 

Brittany Schroyer, Campus Life Editor & Photographer 

Gale Marrm, Staff Advisor 



With the completion oi this bonk, there are many thanks to be given: Lori burke and James Miller from College 
Relations, Diana Lynn Horn and Benjamin Goodhart from the Business Office, Mark Clapper and Bam Freidly 

from Alumni Relations, IVbr.i Althofl and the entire -t.itf oi Registration and Record-. Michael Swanson from rile Fine 

ck Performing Art- Department, and Sharon Sherick from the Center tor Global Citizenship. Our staff would also 
like to thank the following: Information and Technology Services, Mail Services, Administration Senior Staff, Athletic 
he-, Resident Assistants and Area ( loordinators, and the Elizabethti w ti's student body. 



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comments, and or inquiries to: Editor, Conestogan Yearbook, One Alpha Drive, Elizabethtown, PA 17022-2298. Our 
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